NWB Bank was able to maintain its market share in the financing of the Dutch public sector in the first half of 2019, and increased its market share in the water sector. Lending in the first half of the year increased to €4.4 billion, partly due to the acquisition of a portfolio of Dutch public sector loans from ABN AMRO Bank. Net profit for the first half of 2019 amounted to €41.8 million (2018: €58.5 million). The decline in profit compared with the previous year was expected and is mainly the result of the outflow of higher yielding positions in the bank’s loan and liquidity portfolio. Total assets stood at €90.7 billion at the end of June.Read more
Today we published our assurance report regarding our green bonds framework. The report, performed by our external auditor KPMG, provides assurance on the management of proceeds obtained from the issuance of green bonds. We issued our inaugural green bond in March 2016, for USD 600 million, and have since issued six additional green bonds. With a total of SEK 28.9 billion (USD 3.1 billion) in issued bonds, of which SEK 23.9 billion (USD 2.5 billion) are outstanding, we are Sweden’s largest issuer of green bonds.Read more
A contract has been signed this week for the construction of a new electric ferry for the Brevik-Sandøya route in the Municipality of Porsgrunn. The ferry is being financed by a green loan from KBN, and will be the first zero-emissions vessel on the seas to be financed by a green loan.Read more
Business Cooperation Agreement on the implementation of loan programme “Youth, Female and Start-up Entrepreneurship” and Business Cooperation Agreement on the implementation of loan programme “Private Sector Investment” have been signed with Osijek-Baranja County.Read more
The ICF will contribute the total amount of the loan (€30 million) and the Ministry of Business and Knowledge's Directorate-General for Tourism will allocate €4 million to the cost of financing the scheme. The loans will be used to finance the improvement and modernisation of hotels, tourist apartments, campsites and rural tourism establishments. This initiative is part of the third pillar of the Strategic Tourism Plan of Catalonia 2018-2022, which highlights the need to promote investment and reinvestment in tourism for the effective mobilisation of private capital to develop new tourism products and services and improve those that already exist.Read more
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