For NIB, after 35 years, routines are well established and the organisation runs smoothly. The old slogan "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" is easily accepted. But this stage shouldn't pass without reflection.
The Baltic countries made painful but necessary steps to get back on track. We've done what we've promised, says Andris Vilks, Latvia's finance minister in this interview.
In June 2011, NDEP marks its 10th anniversary. Extended until 2017, it will shift its focus to wastewater treatment in smaller municipalities and energy efficiency projects.
Estonia has introduced the euro. Marje Josing, Head of the Institute of Economic Research in Tallinn, comments on Estonia's way out of recession with its brand new currency.
NIB has a good reputation. One could say that today NIB is much bigger than its balance sheet, says Mr Taxell, who has chaired NIB's Business Advisory Group since August 2008.
It is noteworthy that the financial crisis happened just after Basel II was introduced. The model lifts the burden of assessing the risks from bankers.
Mykola Azarov, Ukraine's Prime Minister, says in this interview that cooperation with international financial institutions such as NIB is invaluable to his country's development.
Interview with Marjeta Jager, Director, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport at the European Commission.
Swedish Skanska's Green Business Officer, Cecilia Fasth, explains how the company builds green buildings by reducing waste production, water use and energy consumption.
Cross-sector cooperation is crucial in the work HELCOM is doing everyday to preserve its credibility as an expert organisation, says Gabriella Lindholm, HELCOM's chairperson.
NIB and Latvia’s state railway company have signed a new loan for upgrading a railway section in the country’s east-west transport corridor.
22 May 2013
Finnish Fortum has inaugurated the first waste-to-energy combined heat and power plant in the Baltic countries.
15 May 2013
NIB has issued its fourth increase, AUD 100 million, to its 10-year Kangaroo issue due 19 April 2022.
15 May 2013