NIB finances projects that improve competitiveness and the environment of the Nordic and Baltic countries. The Bank offers long-term loans and guarantees on competitive market terms to its clients in the private and public sectors. NIB is an international financial institution owned by Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden. The Bank has lending operations both in its member countries and in emerging markets in: Africa and the Middle East; Asia; Europe and Eurasia; and Latin America. NIB acquires the funds for its lending by borrowing on the international capital markets. NIB's bonds enjoy the highest possible credit rating.
Despite the stagnant investment climate, NIB recorded a EUR 217 million profit in 2013. New loans were allocated to projects that are relevant to the competiveness and environment of the Nordic–Baltic region.
11 Mar 2014
Icelandic Landsvirkjun has launched a new hydropower station in Búðarháls. This is the first power station built in Iceland since the economic recession.
11 Mar 2014
NIB has signed a loan agreement with Ryfast AS to finance two undersea road tunnels in Norway, one of which will become the world’s longest.
7 Mar 2014