The social development bank for Europe

All CEB loans are granted in accordance with the Bank’s mandate. They have to meet specific technical and social criteria, and be in strict conformity with the Bank’s environmental, procurement and compliance guidelines and policies.

The sectoral lines of action underpin the CEB’s three-year development plan, which forms the Bank’s medium term strategy. The current Development Plan 2020-2022 organises these lines into Inclusive growth: working to guarantee access to economic opportunities to ensure a prosperous future for all; Support for vulnerable groups: helping to integrate the most vulnerable citizens to nurture a more diverse society and Environmental sustainability: supporting a liveable society that promotes environmental sustainability, mitigates and adapts to climate change, corresponding to the new strategic priorities established by the CEB to better support the social policies of its member countries.

Latest projects approved:

DateBorrowerLine of actionAmountSummary
22/06/2021Câmara Municipal de Lisboa (Portugal)Inclusive growth€ 30 000 000A Public sector Financing Facility to support the Municipality of Lisbon in its effort to provide adequate medical assistance to those affected by Covid-19 and rapidly address the emergency health situation caused by the outbreak of the virus.
10/06/2021Republic of Albania (Albania)Inclusive growth€ 60 000 000A Public sector Financing Facility to support the Albanian government in its efforts to mitigate the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic by providing medical services, consumables, vaccines and equipment to those affected by the virus.
10/06/2021REDI Economic Development SA (Luxembourg)Inclusive growth
Support for vulnerable groups
€ 3 000 000A Programme loan to improve access to funding for entrepreneurs in Roma communities in Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Romania and Serbia. The project aims to enhance economic activity in and beyond Roma communities, support employment and creation of job opportunities, build self-reliance and encourage commercial links between the Roma and the usual market networks.
10/06/2021Warsaw School of Economics (Poland)Inclusive growth€ 15 555 556A Project loan to improve and increase the access to and quality of the public university education and research in economics in Poland through capital investments in the state university infrastructure.
10/06/2021Housing Finance Agency PLC (Ireland)Inclusive growth€ 75 000 000A Programme loan to increase the supply of Purpose-Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) and to reduce dependency on the traditional rental sector.
10/06/2021Microcredit Foundation Horizonti (North Macedonia)Inclusive growth
Support for vulnerable groups
€ 1 000 000A Programme loan to support the creation and preservation of jobs in North Macedonia by facilitating access to financial resources for micro entrepreneurs.
10/06/2021Trnava Self-Governing Region (Slovak Republic)Inclusive growth€ 30 000 000A Programme loan to provide additional long-term financing to cover local investment needs and to accelerate and facilitate the realisation of projects financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) and the EU Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), to enhance further development of the Trnava Self-governing Region.
10/06/2021Žilina Self-Governing Region (Slovak Republic)Inclusive growth€ 40 000 000An EU Co-financing Facility to bridge financing needs, supporting future sub-projects financed by the EU Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) and the European Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund (ESIF), to enhance further development of the Žilina Self-governing Region.
10/06/2021SCI AUBER (France)Inclusive growth€ 20 000 000A Project loan to restore the historic ICAM campus in Lille and to provide facilities adapted to both present and future needs of students and other users of the campus, such as researchers, teaching and administrative staff and the general public.
10/06/2021SCI Campus Pasteur Lille (France)Inclusive growth€ 21 000 000A Project loan to complement Phase 1 of the project by partially financing the construction of two new buildings and the acquisition of equipment (Phase 2).
10/06/2021Republic of Romania (Romania)Inclusive growth€ 216 000 000A Project loan to support priority on-going and new historical heritage and cultural priority investments to help improve the physical condition of monuments and buildings, preserve their architectural and historical value and promote the further development of cultural activities.
10/06/2021Partner Microcredit Foundation (Bosnia and Herzegovina)Inclusive growth
Environmental sustainability
€ 4 000 000A Programme loan to provide micro-loan products to private households and micro-enterprises for investment sub-projects targeting increased energy efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
10/06/2021Investitionsbank des Landes Brandenburg (Germany)Inclusive growth€ 140 000 000An additional loan request, increasing the total amount of the loan to €290 million, to part-finance the Federal State of Brandenburg’s Covid-19 vaccination campaign expenses.
10/06/2021Government (Hungary)Inclusive growth€ 152 000 000An additional loan request, increasing the total amount of the loan to €327 million, to support the Government of Hungary to further their efforts in providing medical support to those affected by Covid-19 and medical personnel in the first line of defence.
10/06/2021Comunidad de Madrid (Spain)Inclusive growth€ 200 000 000An additional loan request, increasing the total amount of the loan to €400 million, to support the Comunidad de Madrid to further their efforts in providing medical support to those affected by Covid-19.
19/03/2021Adoma (France)Support for vulnerable groups€ 100 000 000An additional loan request, increasing the total amount of the loan to € 200 million, to enable Adoma to continue financing investments for the management, improvement and renewal of housing assets under its Strategic Asset Plan (SAP) 2012-2028.
19/03/2021Institut Municipal de l'habitatge i Rehabilitacio de Barcelona (Spain)Inclusive growth€ 44 000 000An additional loan request, increasing the total amount of the loan to € 103 million, to support the City’s “2016-2025 Right to Housing Plan” by constructing and equipping 2 059 social housing units.
19/03/2021City of Tampere (Finland)Inclusive growth€ 60 000 000An additional loan request, increasing the total amount of the loan to € 180 million, to support the City’s strategies and investment plan with a focus on improving services for local residents, including the construction of new structures as well as the restoration, renovation or extension of existing facilities.
19/03/2021Government (Kosovo)Inclusive growth€ 25 000 000An additional loan request, increasing the total amount of the loan to € 60 million, to support the Kosovar authorities to further their efforts in providing medical support to those affected by COVID-19.
19/03/2021Republic of Serbia (Serbia)Inclusive growth€ 95 000 000Project loan to improve and increase the access to and quality of university education in Serbia through capital investments in the state university infrastructure.