EU ministers mull three ways to solve 'fragmentation' of EIB and EBRD

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By Jean Comte
08 Oct 2019

EU finance ministers have been presented with three options for how to realign the European Investment Bank and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. This could lead to the emergence of a new capital markets issuer.

GlobalMarkets, sister publication to GlobalCapital, revealed in May that the EIB was preparing to launch a new entity concentrating on sustainability projects outside the EU. This project has now been further investigated and elaborated.

The three options have been formulated by an independent panel called the High Level Group of Wise Persons, which ...

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