NIB is the International Financial Institution of the Nordic and the Baltic countries. The Bank adds value and complements commercial lending to help ensure sustainable growth.
By providing long-term loans to its customers, NIB makes a lasting impact on the competitiveness and environment of the region.
NIB is a reliable source of long-term funding for its customers. All projects are reviewed from the sustainability perspective. Therefore a NIB loan may be regarded as a quality stamp.
NIB only finances specific investment projects that fulfil the Bank’s mission.
To improve competitiveness of its member countries, the NIB-financed projects should support productivity growth through
In terms of the environment, NIB lends to projects that lead to
While the main focus of NIB's activities is on its membership area, the Bank also operates in selected non-member countries in the Baltic Sea region and emerging markets. Loans are extended on market terms and according to sound banking principles.
NIB acquires the funds for its lending by borrowing on the international capital markets. With its strong ownership and highest possible credit rating, the Bank offers stability and reliability to global investors.
NIB needs to be financially strong in order to fulfil its mandate efficiently. The Bank aims at earning a sufficient amount of return from its business operations and at the same time guarantee the owners a reasonable return on capital.
A loan to Svensk Luftambulans will finance the merger of local airborne ambulance services in Sweden and the acquisition of new helicopters.
17 Apr 2018
In accordance with its Sustainability Policy and Guidelines, NIB publishes information on the planned expansion of the Port of Ystad. The information is available for 30 days starting from 17 April 2018.
16 Apr 2018
It is expected that up to EUR 25 million of the facility will be used to finance SME leasing in Norway’s Arctic area.
22 Mar 2018