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Cases and feature stories

Keeping NIB relevant: Good demand for long-term loans

24 Nov 2014

The Nordic–Baltic investment climate is slightly improving and NIB sees good demand for its long-term loans, says Thomas Wrangdahl, First Vice-President and Head of Lending at NIB.

Oulu: SMEs drivers for future growth

13 Oct 2014 City of Oulu

Northern Finland’s most populous city, Oulu, is currently facing enormous challenges. But the local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can be the driving force of the new era.

Head of funding: Market welcomes our USD 500m environmental benchmark

10 Oct 2014

We believe that our green benchmark's success proves there is substantial demand for environmental bonds, says Jens Hellerup, Head of Funding and Investor Relations at NIB, in this interview.

NIB’s funding in autumn 2014—focus on green bonds

8 Sep 2014

In the second half of the year, NIB will be eyeing the green bond market. “We are gearing up to expand our green program this autumn”, says Lars Eibeholm, Vice-President and Head of Treasury at NIB, in this interview.

Finland: E18 Koskenkylä-Kotka ready ahead of schedule

4 Sep 2014

The motorway is the result of a public-private-partnership that got underway at the end of 2011 and includes all necessary maintenance work until 2026.

Ryfast tunnel: A challenging undersea record

4 Sep 2014

An ambitious project to build the world's longest and deepest undersea road tunnel is set to increase the competitiveness western Norway. But for some, the tunnel may pose an obstacle.

Sydvatten AB: Clean water a vital mission

1 Sep 2014

With new cutting edge technology, water company Sydvatten AB is providing top-class tap water to thirsty people in southern Sweden.

Vilnius thriving on change

18 Aug 2014 Vilnius city

The Lithuanian capital Vilnius has been focused on change for years now and it does not plan to stop anytime soon. From newly built roads to the introduction of higher class technologies, the city is constantly upgrading itself to become a more comfortable place to live.

Camfil: Clean air should be a human right

12 Jun 2014

“We believe that the right to breathe clean air is a basic human right. Air filtration is not just about producing clean air it is about protecting people’s health”, says Anders Sundvik from Camfil", says Anders Sundvik, VP for Research and Development at Camfil AB.

Lahti is building an easy travel centre

12 Jun 2014

Finnish Lahti is hoping its new travel centre will help the city become a more attractive transport hub, shift more regional passenger traffic from cars to public transport and even become more competitive as a new home town for families.

 

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NIB finances the expansion of Posten Norge’s logistics centre

A loan to the Norwegian postal service Posten Norge will finance the upgrade of the Alnabru logistics centre north of Oslo, Norway.

15 Dec 2017

NIB and Nooa Säästöpankki sign loan facility for SMEs and environmental projects in Finland

A loan programme with Finnish Nooa Säästöpankki Oy will finance investments by SMEs and small-scale environmental projects.

14 Dec 2017

NIB finances transport infrastructure in Täby, Sweden

A loan to the municipality of Täby will finance the construction of a new town hall building and a number of public infrastructure projects.

12 Dec 2017


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