Business in Poland
Law, tax and banking. Chapter 6
Nordic Project Fund Helsinki Tel. +358 9 180 0350 Fax: +358 9 650 113 Web site: www.nopef.fi
22.214.171.124. International sources European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
The EBRD seeks to help Central and East European countries to implement structural and sector-specific economic reforms and to promote privatisation and entrepreneurship. The bank encourages private sector activity through in- vestment and financing.
The EBRD provides a wide range of financial products and takes a flexible ap- proach to structuring these.
As a rule, the EBRD s standard minimum involvement is EUR 5 million, but the bank can be flexible if the project is of fundamental benefit to the country.
EBRD supports SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) through a number of financial intermediaries.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development London Tel. +44 20 7338 6000 Fax: +44 20 7338 6100 Web site: www.ebrd.org
Local office in Poland: Warsaw Tel. +48 22 520 5700 Fax: +48 22 520 5800
European Investment Bank (EIB)
In Central and Eastern Europe, the EIB helps implement the EU s development aid and co-operation policies through long-term loans from its own resources or subordinated loans and risk capital from the budgetary funds of the EU or its member states.
European Investment Bank Luxembourg Tel. +352 43 79 1 Fax: +352 43 77 04 Web site: www.eib.org
Danske Bank / KPMG / Mazanti-Andersen, Korsø Jensen & Partnere January 2006