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The European Investment Bank (EIB) expects to provide more than EUR 1 billion to support new COVID-19 and Brexit business financing programmes, climate action and education investment in Ireland in 2020 and

work closely with Irish authorities to implement the National Recovery Plan.

Earlier Paschal Donohoe, Finance Minister and Governor for the European Investment Bank chaired the video conference meeting of senior Department of Finance and EIB representatives. A full meeting of the Ireland-EIB Financing Group will be held later this year.


EIB President Werner Hoyer, new Vice President Christian Kettel Thomsen and former Irish Vice President Andrew McDowell participated in the discussion and highlighted recent and future support for connectivity, social infrastructure and support for enterprise across Ireland.

Discussions also covered future financing in Ireland backed by the new European Guarantee Fund, increasing the impact of EIB financing and enhanced support for development outside the European Union.

EUR 1 billion of new EIB Group financing expected in 2020.    The European Investment Bank Group is expected to provide more than EUR 1 billion of new financing for investment across Ireland in 2020. This follows record EUR 1.1 billion of support in 2019 that backed social housing, clean transport, climate action, education, agribusuiness, innovation, regional development and SME investment across the country.

To date this year the EIB has signed contracts totalling EUR 397 million for new energy investment and support for Irish companies most impacted by COVID-19.

Guarantees from the European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund to Irish companies, provided through the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland and Irish banks, are guaranteeing EUR 950 million of accelerated financing for Irish companies.

In the coming weeks the EIB is expected to confirm significant support for new higher education and student housing, energy efficiency and cultural EIB investment in Ireland.

Looking ahead the EIB is currently in discussions to finance development of offshore wind energy schemes in Irish waters and the Celtic Interconnector electricity link between Ireland and France.

EIB technical and financing experience to support National Recovery Plan.    The EIB, the world’s largest international public bank with operations in 160 countries worldwide, will share technical expertise and financial best practice to support SME financing, social housing, energy efficiency, sustainable transport and innovation support expected to be included in the National Recovery Plan.

The EIB’s dedicated advisory teams are currently working with Irish partners to enhance the impact of future innovation, transport and energy efficiency investment.

The European Investment Bank, owned directly by the 27 EU member states, has provided more than EUR 18.5 billion for transformational long-term investment with public and private partners across Ireland since 1974.