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 Newsletter May 2020

   

MINISTERS APPROVE ANNUAL RESULTS

Keep up the good work - stay true to the long-term goals!

“NIB has been in a leading role in the transition towards a more prosperous and sustainable region, through its focus on productivity and environmental issues - climate change being amongst them,” says Bjarni Benediktsson, Minister of Finance of Iceland and Chair of the Bank’s Board of Governors.

“The focus in 2020 will inevitably be on the crisis management and mitigation of the severe impact of the pandemic. However, we just need to make sure that we stay vigilant so that we don’t lose oversight of our long-term goals.”

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Nordic and Baltic ministers welcome NIB’s Covid-19 response – approve 2019 results, dividend

The Board of Governors of NIB approved the 2019 results at its annual meeting on 26 May 2020. As the Bank’s capital base and financial performance remain strong, the Governors approved the payment of EUR 45 million in dividends to the member countries. However, next year the Board of Governors will consider not to pay any dividends.

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BUSINESS IN FOCUS

Focus on Nordic sustainable healthcare

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused discussions on the accessibility and sustainability of health services worldwide. In light of this, we look at some of the Nordic practices attempting to build and maintain sustainable health systems.

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FUNDING NEWS

Funding Highlights

Funding highlights

Monthly updated coverage of NIB's funding operations

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Funding transactions

AGREED LOANS

7 May 2020 UAB Baltisches Haus EUR 10 million Lithuania
23 Apr 2020 Fortum Oyj EUR 70 million Finland
22 Apr 2020 Boliden Mineral AB EUR 100 million Sweden
17 Apr 2020 City of Malmö EUR 74.84 million Sweden
17 Apr 2020 Elekta AB EUR 102.39 million Sweden
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