European Investment Bank (EIB)
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is the European Union's financing institution. The EIB was established by the Treaty of Rome in 1958. The shareholders of the EIB are the EU Member States. Through investment projects and programs, it fosters balanced development and economic and social cohesion across EU member states, but also outside the EU.

The EIB is the largest multilateral lending institution in the world. The Bank’s consistent AAA rating is underpinned by its strong capital base, exceptional asset quality, and a sound risk management and funding strategy. It enables them to borrow at the finest terms, which the EIB passes on in its lending conditions. It raises substantial volumes of funds on the capital markets, which it lends on favorable terms to projects furthering European objectives:
  • Stimulating investment by small and medium-sized enterprises
  • Addressing economic and social imbalances in disadvantaged regions
  • The fight against climate change
  • Environmental protection
  • Producing alternative energy
  • Promoting an economy that stimulates knowledge and creativity through investment in information and communication technologies, and human and social capital.
  • Constructing cross-border networks in transport, energy and communications

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