The Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved yesterday a €4 billion credit line (or programme loan) to help national authorities, cities, regions and local communities in all EU Member States address urgent investment needs and help welcome and integrate people fleeing the war against Ukraine.
In the second year of the pandemic, there was a significant economic rebound both in the European Union and in Poland. The frequently changing economic growth forecasts proved how dynamically the conditions in which we operated had changed. The EIB Group adjusted its financing to the growing needs and in 2021 supported private business and the public sector with a record €6.5 billion.
Investment challenges in Poland and support for private equity initiatives: those were the key topics of an expert debate with the participation of Vice-President of the European Investment Bank Professor Teresa Czerwińska, Deputy Minister for Development and Technology Professor Mariusz Jerzy Golecki, President of the Management Board of the Warsaw Stock Exchange Marek Dietl, and leading representatives of financial institutions and firms.