NIB Nordic Investment Bank

Regulatory releases

Regulatory releases


Buy back of Notes issued under NIB's Programme for the Issuance of Debt Instruments

The Nordic Investment Bank has for value 2 November 2017 bought back GBP 16,900,000 of its GBP 150,000,000 5.20 per cent. Notes due 7 June 2032, ISIN No. XS0125851286, Common Code 12585128. The Notes are listed on the London Stock Exchange.

The purchased Notes will be cancelled, reducing the outstanding principal amount to GBP 27,260,000.

Released on 30 October 2017 at 16:35 EET.


Buy back of Notes issued under NIB's Global USD Medium-Term Note Program, Series C

The Nordic Investment Bank has bought back JPY 5,000,000,000 of its JPY 50,000,000,000 1.70 % Notes due April 27, 2017, ISIN No. US65562QAG01, Common Code 029826323 on August 12, 2011. The Notes are listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.

The purchased Notes will be cancelled, reducing the outstanding principal amount to JPY 45,000,000,000.

Released on 10 August 2011 at 11:39 EET.


Member countries increase NIB's capital base

The Board of Governors of the Nordic Investment Bank has decided to increase the Bank's authorised capital by EUR 2 billion. The capital increase will be allocated to the callable, unpaid portion of the authorised capital stock. Following the subscription, the Bank's authorised capital will amount to EUR 6,142 million (currently EUR 4,142 million).

The capital increase and related amendments to the Statutes will enter into force once the necessary national procedures in the member countries have been completed. A table showing NIB's capital structure after the new subscription can be found here.

As a result of this capital increase, the Bank is expected to further enhance its focus on activities supporting its mandate.

The next assessment of the Bank's capital requirement is scheduled for 2015.

Released on 28 June 2010 at 13:20 EET.


NIB has chosen the United Kingdom as its Home State for the purposes of the Transparency Directive (2004/109/EC). The Bank has notified the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) of its election.

NIB belongs to the category of issuers (public international body with at least one EU member state as a member) who are exempted from many of the key provisions of the Directive, such as the periodic reporting requirements.

A limited number of the Transparency Directive obligations do, however, apply to NIB. For that purpose and in order to be able to make any necessary announcements to the market, the Bank has entered into an agreement with Hugin, which is an approved Regulatory Information Service provider in the UK.

Notice of Election of Home State

The Nordic Investment Bank hereby gives notice pursuant to Rule 6.4.2R of the Disclosure and Transparency Rules of the United Kingdom Financial Services Authority that it has chosen the United Kingdom as its Home State in accordance with Article 2(1)(ii) of Directive 2004/109/EC (the "Transparency Directive"). The contents of this notice constitute regulated information. Words and expressions used in this notice have the meanings given to them by the Disclosure and Transparency Rules unless the context requires otherwise.

Released on 11 December 2008 at 13:45 EET.

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NIB in 2017: Stable profit on expanding loan stock

In 2017, NIB continued to expand its lending operations. Loans aimed at improving productivity supported investments in R&D, infrastructure and energy. On the environmental side, the focus was on wastewater treatment.

13 Mar 2018

Webcast on sustainable financing: watch it again

On 13 March, NIB offered a webcast to present the annual results. The record of the webcast is available online.

13 Mar 2018

NIB issues USD 1bn three-year global benchmark

On 23 January, NIB priced its first global USD benchmark in 2018. A new three-year bond met positive response with almost sixty investors participating.

24 Jan 2018