NIB's 40th Anniversary Seminar "Financing the Future" was held on 2 November in Copenhagen. The programme included an opening address by Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipilä, presentation by NIB President & CEO Henrik Normann, keynote by Professor Mariana Mazzucato of Sussex University and closing remarks by Latvia's Minister of Finance Dana Reizniece-Ozola. Moderator: Thomas Bernt Henriksen, Chief Debate Editor at daily Børsen. Read more about the seminar.
A longer version of the video "How it all began". The film features comments by the Swedish economist and author Klas Eklund, interviews with NIB's Board member in 1976-78 Bengt Dennis, NIB President & CEO Henrik Normann, the Bank's previous presidents Johnny Åkerholm, Jón Sigurdsson and Jannik Lindbæk, former Prime Minister of Estonia Mart Laar, Managing Director of R&D Reykjavik Energy Hildigunnur Thorsteinsson, and Member of NIB's Board of Directors Julie Sonne.
A video to mark NIB’s anniversary. The video tells the story of how regional development has shaped the Bank and how NIB perceives its future role.
How does NIB improve competitiveness and the environment of the Nordic and Baltic countries?
Competence, commitment and cooperation are the key words NIB has chosen to represent its values. Watch a video from the NIB Day, an even held in August 2014 for and by NIB employees.
Our vision is for a prosperous and sustainable Nordic-Baltic region. This video shows who we are and what we do.
Henrik Normann presents NIB's preformance for 2013. Despite the stagnant investment climate, NIB achieved strong results.
Henrik Normann reviews NIB's performance in 2012, which provides a good foundation for further supporting sustainable growth of the Nordic-Baltic region
NIB has provided EUR 118 million to the projects of building power links between the Baltic network and the Nordic countries.
In accordance with its Sustainability Policy and Guidelines, NIB publishes information on a project for increased sodium chlorate production in Joutseno, Eastern Finland. The information is available for 30 days starting from 18 August 2017.
18 Aug 2017
A loan to the City of Uppsala will finance improvements to municipal wastewater treatment, water supply and waste management infrastructure.
16 Aug 2017
A loan to Latvia's Rigas Satiksme is earmarked for a project introducing a new type of bus and expanding the low-floor tram network in Riga.
19 Jul 2017