at the Regional Housing Program Final Conference, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Recognising the disproportionate impact of climate change on lower-income and vulnerable people, the CEB is committed to work closely with our borrowers and beneficiaries to ensure that the climate transition leaves no one behind.
Loans for Albania, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Malta, North Macedonia, Romania, Slovak Republic, Sweden and first-ever one for Ukraine in a large variety of CEB’s sectors of action.
This is the first CEB loan operation in Ukraine since the country’s accession on 15 June 2023
In line with its core mandate to support refugees and displaced people, and leveraging its extensive knowledge of social housing, the CEB has accompanied the Partner Countries in the implementation of housing projects by providing oversight and capacity building, while managing close to €300 million in donor funds.
The contribution will help improve the living conditions of Ukrainians during winter as well as support reconstruction efforts, including by financing light and medium repairs to individual homes damaged by the war.
Chief Financial and Risk Officers from all major multilateral development banks and other development financial institutions (MDBs) convened with Credit Rating Agencies (CRAs) in Marrakech.
The CEB’s half-year financial report as at 30 June 2023” shows strong resilience in a challenging financial environment.
Agreement for a new €50 million loan to support micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) that undertake energy-efficiency investments.
Agreement for a €86 million loan to construct Bălți Regional Hospital
The Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) and Czechoslovak Commercial Bank (Československá obchodní banka, ČSOB) signed a €60 million framework loan agreement to provide long-term funding for the revitalisation and modernisation of public infrastructure, improving living conditions in urban and rural areas, and supporting small businesses in the Czech Republic.
The CEB, the EBRD, the EIB and the World Bank have agreed to harmonise procurement practices for public sector investment financed by the MDBs in Ukraine.