European Investment Bank

The European Investment Bank is the lending arm of the European Union.

The EIB Group has two parts: the European Investment Bank and the European Investment Fund.

The European Investment Fund specialises in finance for small businesses and mid-caps.

The European Investment Bank focuses on four areas:
– innovation,
– small businesses,
– climate and
– infrastructure.

EIB provides advisory and technical assistance to help prepare and implement projects.

EIB provides loans to the public and private sector.

Small businesses are backed through local banks.

EIB’s partners in Croatia are:
– Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development
– Zagrebačka Banka
– Privredna Banka Zagreb
– Erste & Steiermärkische Banka
– OTP Banka
– Raiffeisen Banka
– Hrvatska Poštanska Banka

EIB finances up to 50% of the project value. With its participation, it encourages others to fund investments.

One of EIB’s tools is the European Fund for Strategic Investments. It aims to bridge the big financing gap in Europe. By the end of 2018, the EIB Group had approved €70.4 billion in financing under EFSI and mobilised €375.5 billion in investment.

Anton Kovačev, Head of Office
Hektorovićeva 2
10000 Zagreb, Croatia
01 644 8208; 099 522 5252;

98-100 Blur. Konrad Adenauer
L-2959 Luxembourg
+352 4379-1