Organisation and staff

Our regions of activity
Within the European Union
The EIB in the Enlargement countries
European Free Trade Association
EIB in the Mediterranean partner countries*
Maximizing synergies
Financing & advisory services
Private equity
Advisory services
FEMIP Support Package
How to apply
Trust fund
Technical advisory
Risk capital operations
CAMENA climate action envelope
Organisation and staff
The EIB in the Eastern neighbourhood countries
Cooperation with other institutions and organisations
Financing facilities
DCFTA Initiative
Trust fund
Examples of EPTATF Operations
Institutional framework
Central Asia
Institutional framework
Cooperation with other institutions and organisations
Financing facilities
Technical assistance and grants
The EIB in sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific
Madagascar and the EIB
Kenya and the EIB
Our focus in the ACP region
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Investment Facility
Boost Africa
Our partners
Senegal and the EIB
Malawi and the EIB
Tanzania and the EIB
Mali and the EIB
Asia and Latin America
United Kingdom and the EIB
Agriculture sector
Digital Economy sector
Education and training sector
Energy sector
Modernisation Fund
Forestry sector
Health and life science sector
Regional development & cohesion
Transport sector
Trans-European Networks
Transport sector
Trans-European Networks
Urban Development sector
Global Climate City Challenge
Water and wastewater management sector
Projects to be financed
Recently approved projects
Projects to be financed - Breakdown by region
Projects to be financed - Breakdown by sector
Explanatory notes
Financed projects
Projects to be financed - Breakdown by sector
Financed projects - Breakdown by region
EFSI project list
Project cycle
Applying for a loan
Operations evaluation
Operations Evaluation – Process and methodology

Organisation and staff

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Starting in 2015, a new Neighbourhood Department has been created within the Operations Directorate in the EIB, bringing together the financing experts for both the Southern and Eastern Neighbourhood regions.

The lending teams are now organised around four thematic divisions: Banks, Corporates, and two Public Sector teams – one for the FEMIP countries and one for the Eastern Neighbours. There is also a team focused on Project Finance operations, in all countries outside the EU.

FEMIP staff continue to work closely with colleagues from across the Bank, including the Trust Funds and Blending Division, the Equity and Microfinance Division and the Coordination Division, with the Policy and Business Development Unit providing support for new initiatives. A strengthened Advisory Services Department, and notably the Technical Assistance Unit, supports FEMIP’s broad range of advisory services. FEMIP teams also work closely with the other operational and support teams across the Bank.

Local presence

  • In addition to the Luxembourg staff, the EIB has four local offices in the Mediterranean region: in Cairo, Rabat, Tunis and Amman. These offices help to identify and follow up projects, facilitate the implementation and monitoring of advisory services and coordinate work with local public authorities, entrepreneurs, commercial banks and professional associations.
  • As a core component of the Bank's relationship with the Union for the Mediterranean, the EIB seconds an expert to the UfM's Barcelona Secretariat.