NIB Nordic Investment Bank

Key data

Key data

NIB updates financial figures three times a year on its website: for the period January–April (published in June), the period January–August (published in October) and the period January–December (published in March). Only the year-end figures are audited.

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in EUR million unless otherwise specified Apr 2017* Apr 2016*

Dec 2016

Net interest income 80 75 242
Profit before net loan losses 103 56 232
Net profit 110 51 212
Loans disbursed 781 627 3,373
Loans agreed 610** 865 4,363**
Loans agreed achieving good or above mandate 91.3% 100.0% 95.7%
Loans outstanding 16,681 15,658 16,640
Total assets 28,824 27,481 30,178
New debt issues 2,543 2,470 6,700
Debts evidenced by certificates 22,926 21,156 23,907
Total equity 3,398 3,157 3,275
Equity/total assets 11.8% 11.5% 10.9%
Profit/average equity 9.9% 4.9% 6.7%
Cost/income 14.2% 23.8% 16.1%
Number of employees (average during the period) 192 190 192

* Unaudited figures, to be read in conjunction with NIB's 2016 audited financial statements.

** The figures include Lending Green Bond investments. At year-end 2016, NIB held EUR 143 million in green bonds. By 30 April 2017, Lending Green Bond investments came to EUR 21.4 million.

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