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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 four lines of action set out in the Development Plan for the period 2014-2016 (namely: Strengthening social integration; Managing the environment; Supporting public infrastructure with a social; vocation; Supporting micro-, small and medium sized enterprises) were revised in three (namely: Sustainable and inclusive growth; Integration of refugees, displaced persons and migrants; Climate action: developing mitigation and adaptation measures) as part of the Development Plan 2017-2019, 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
15/03/2012Banque Populaire Caisse d'Épargne S.A. (BPCE) (France)Managing the environment
Supporting public infrastructure with a social vocation
€ 150 000 000Rehabilitation, extension and upgrade to current standards of French community services for reliant/dependent persons directly benefitting some 15,000 persons placed in Residential Care Homes for Reliant Persons (EHPAD) and in residential care services such as medico-social foster homes for people with disabilities (children and adults) and specialised residential and day care units. Renovation and modernisation of current infrastructure of EPHADs with a view to improving energy efficiency.
20/05/2010Crédit Agricole SA (France)Managing the environment
Supporting public infrastructure with a social vocation
€ 150 000 000Partial financing of social investments aimed at responding to the increased financing needs of French local authorities and other public bodies for carrying out environmental protection related investments such as increasing the energy efficiency of public buildings.