A new facility, with a maturity of five years, will assist SMEs and small mid-caps in the acquisition of production equipment.
NIB is co-hosting the Nordic Finance Day on 14 November at the UN Climate Summit COP23 in Bonn, Germany. The programme is being held at the Nordic Pavilion.
Lithuania's AB Klaipedos Nafta has opened an onshore liquefied natural gas reloading station, a project co-financed with a EUR 20 million loan from NIB.
A 30-year loan will finance the construction of a new central hospital of Kainuu region in eastern Finland.
A loan to the local authority for North Karelian social and health care services will finance an extension to a regional hospital to help facilitate more efficient use of the available resources.
NIB and Sparebank 1 SR-Bank have signed their second loan facility for Norwegian SMEs and small mid-caps.
A new loan to Nord-Trønderlag Elektrisitetsverk will finance three hydropower projects in mid-Norway.
The funds under a new loan programme will be onlent for SME investments as well as for environmental projects in eastern Norway.
On 10 October, the city of Saint Petersburg, Russia, opened its upgraded Northern Wastewater Treatment Plant as part of a large investment programme aimed at improving the environmental status of the Baltic Sea.
In the first eight months of the year, NIB experienced good demand for long-term financing from the municipal sector in the Bank’s member countries. NIB publishes the Interim Management Statement for Jan-Aug 2017.