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This report covers IG/IN’s activities in 2016 and gives an overview of the work undertaken by the EU bank against fraud and corruption.
This Code of Conduct applies to the Investment Committee Experts.
This Code of Conduct applies to the Steering Board Members.
On 3rd August 2017, the European Investment Bank filed Amendment No. 4 to the 18-K report 2016 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
To date, EIB financing in Asia amounts to EUR 7.1 billion.
On 13 July 2017, the European Investment Bank filed Amendment No. 3 to the 18-K report 2016 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
This report provide further information about the approach the EIB Group takes to managing risk and assessing its capital adequacy as at 31 December 2016.
The EIB Institute is a catalyst for social, cultural, educational and research activities directed towards economic and social development.
This flyer presents the highlights 2016 of the EIB Institute’s activity.
In 2016, the bank of the European Union signed loans totalling EUR 83.8bn.
In 2016, 61 JASPERS-supported projects were approved for a total project cost of EUR 11.6bn and total EU grant support of EUR 6.8bn.
The EIB is funding infrastructure projects, the development of the local private sector and climate action investments.
This report summarizes the most significant corporate governance developments at the EIB in 2016.
The EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund, has supported 111 grant operations to date, totalling EUR 698.4m and supporting 83 different projects.
EIB Working Papers 2017/03 – Loan characteristics, Firm Preferences and Investment: Evidence from a unique experiment
This paper uses a unique experiment conducted as part of the EIB Investment Survey (EIBIS).
Flexible regional development to put every citizen at the centre of Europe.
Tackling Africa’s infrastructure deficit by blending grants and loans.
The Annual Reports were prepared by the Audit Committee of the Bank, an independent body of individuals appointed by, and reporting to, the Board of Governors.
The EIB invested EUR 29bn in financing throughout the bio-based value chains and for natural capital protection from 2012 to 2016.
On 12 June 2017, the European Investment Bank filed Amendment No. 2 to the 18-K report 2016 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).