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EBRD

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development possesses the status of the international financial institution with the highest credit rating (ААА). The Bank was founded in 1991. The EBRD is owned by 69 countries, as well as the European Union and the European Investment Bank. 

EBRD has a resident office in Ukraine, which is located in Kyiv. 

The Bank’s targets and functions are the following:

  • support the economic development and reconstruction of Central and Eastern European countries to facilitate their transition to an open market economy and private entrepreneurship;
  • support the recipient countries in structural economic reforms implementation;
  • facilitation of investments to the industry, as well as to the service and financial sector and related infrastructure; stimulation of crucial and economically feasible projects, granting technical assistance for preparation, financing and implementation  of the projects, etc.

EBRD does not finance state budget expenditures, but finance the investment projects in the private and public sectors.

Ukraine is the EBRD member since 13/08/1992. 

Minister of Finance is the governor on behalf of Ukraine and a member of the EBRD Board of Governors.

The Bank funds different areas excluding military and tobacco industries, and a gambling business as well.

Within the adopted strategy framework the EBRD works in two directions: granting international loans on preferential terms under state guarantees and lending to private entities on commercial terms.

The EBRD is one of the biggest institutional investors in Ukraine. As for the beginning of November 2020, the total amount of the funding for Ukraine is 14.581 billion euros in 482 projects. There are 8 EBRD projects with the total amount of 1 701.0 million euros in the process of implementation. The share of utilized funds of the EBRD loans for these projects as for 01/11/2020 is 915,22 million euros (53,8 % of the total loans amount).