The EBRD and the coronavirus pandemic

We are committing all our activity in 2020-21, worth €21 billion, to help our regions counter the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Our shareholders have approved response and recovery measures that will significantly enhance our Solidarity Package.

We are also preparing our countries for the post-virus era.

The EBRD's coronavirus Solidarity Package

Our Resilience Framework provides finance to meet the short-term liquidity and working capital needs of existing clients. 

We are expanding financing under our Trade Facilitation Programme.

We can offer fast track restructuring for distressed clients, while maintaining our high standards of accountability.

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We have enhanced established frameworks that can reach out to SMEs and corporates which are not yet our clients.

We have a Vital Infrastructure Support Programme to finance working capital, stabilisation, and essential public investment.

More than ever before, we are providing government with high quality, straightforward and usable policy advice

The EBRD and its clients and partners during the coronavirus pandemic.

We have joined forces with governments and bilateral and multinational donors to address urgent needs and tackle the long-term impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Together, we are building back better, greener economies, boosting small businesses, improving vital infrastructure and supporting policy engagement and advisory services.
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