COP21 has started: Paris, 30 Nov-11 Dec 2015

COP21 has started: Paris, 30 Nov-11 Dec 2015
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European Investment Advisory Hub has been launched!

European Investment Advisory Hub has been launched!
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Development Banks Vow to Mobilise Collective Resources to Confront Climate Change

The heads of the world’s largest development banks pledged today to work together towards a lower carbon, more resilient future, by scaling up their climate finance and integrating climate considerations into their operations. In a joint statement released at the COP-21 in Paris the MDBs announced their intention to further mobilise public and private finance to help countries reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change.


EIB invests EUR 12m in Biosurfit’s RDI activities in medical diagnostics under InnovFin

The EIB is providing a EUR 12m loan to Biosurfit SA for its RDI activities in innovative diagnostics. The financing will support the development of novel diagnostic tests to expand the company’s existing spinit® technology platform and its ongoing commercialisation in key markets. The main focus will be to establish a wide range of diagnostic tests in one simple to use instrument across a broad spectrum of applications.


EIB opens office and enhances its outreach in Sweden

EIB President Werner Hoyer and Vice-President Jan Vapaavuori have met with Swedish Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson and Foreign Affairs Minister Margot Wallström to discuss Sweden’s investment priorities. They also inaugurated the EIB Group’s Representative Office in Stockholm together with the Deputy Finance Minister Per Bolund. The office, which will support the EU bank’s business in Sweden, will be headed by Mr Alexander Schenk.


Slovenia: EUR 500m co-financing with EU grants including projects addressing the refugee crisis

The EIB is lending EUR 500m to the Republic of Slovenia to co-finance priority projects in a wider range of areas including transport, energy, environment, social infrastructure and access to employment. Part of the loan is devoted to helping Slovenia, one of the countries along the Western Balkans Route, to address the refugee crisis.




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