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  • Owned by the 27 Member States of the European Union (EU), the European Investment Bank (EIB) is the EU's long-term lending institution. As a public bank with objectives driven by EU-policies, its leading priority is to promote European economic development and integration.

    The share of EIB capital assigned to a member country is broadly in line with a country's share of GDP within the EU.

    EIB's lending activities are mainly funded via bond issuance in the international capital markets. Its borrowing authorisation for 2021 is up to EUR 70 billion. EIB's debt products are purchased by both institutional and retail investors internationally.

    Detailed information on the EIB's operations and objectives can be found in the Operational Strategy (OS).

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