The EBRD story in figures
The EBRD was established in London in 1991 to promote the economic transition process of Eastern European countries.
The bank mostly finances private sector companies. Its unique transition mission aims for the development of the private sector. The bank invested 9 billion euros in 2012 and financed nearly 400 operations.
The EBRD announced a two-year 30 billion-euro joint action plan with the European Investment Bank and World Bank late last year, to help the countries of central and Southeastern Europe. The EBRD forecasts gross domestic product growth of 3.1 percent for emerging Europe and North Africa this year, with its latest forecast due at its annual meeting in Istanbul.
The EBRD story in figures.pdf