The Nordic Investment Bank’s authorised capital totals EUR 6,142 million as of 16 February 2011. The decision of the Board of Governors to increase the Bank’s capital base by EUR 2 billion came into force after all member countries confirmed the increase.
“With the increased capital NIB is better equipped to assist the Nordic and Baltic countries in supporting competitiveness and protecting the environment,” says Johnny Åkerholm, President and CEO of NIB.
“The Bank will continue to expand at more or less the same pace as in the last few years, and finance projects which have a high compliance with the mandate.”
The capital increase has been allocated to the callable portion of the authorised capital stock. NIB’s capital structure after the new subscription is available here.
The decision to increase the authorised capital was taken by the Board of Governors, NIB’s highest decision-making body, in June 2010 (see also press release). The next assessment of the Bank’s capital requirement is scheduled for 2015.
A seven-year maturity loan agreement to finance Husqvarna AB's R&D investments 2017–2019.
5 Jan 2018
The Bank's five-year NZD 400 million transaction has become inaugural in the New Zealand bond market this year.
5 Jan 2018
In accordance with its Sustainability Policy and Guidelines, NIB publishes information on the construction and upgrade of National Road 3/25 in Hedmark, Norway. The information is available for 30 days starting from 22 December 2017.
22 Dec 2017