- Loan portfolio grows to record level of over €52 billion
- New financing to clients in the Dutch public sector and renewable energy projects in 2022: €9.6 billion (2021: €12.1 billion)
- Net profit up 18% to €143 million (2021: €121 million)
- On track with our climate action plan: CO2e emissions of loan portfolio down by over 17% in last four years
- More than 40% of long-term funding raised with ESG bonds
- 3.1 billion euros to promote the energy transition and environmental protection
- 1.7 billion euros for swift support in acute special situations
- Expansion of the Bank’s role as a partner of the federal state in grant-based promotion continued
- Funding: Two Green Bonds and one Social Bond issued
Every year, Bercy France Export brings together public and private players from across the export financing sector. In a context of the energy cost-driven increase in the current account deficit but also the French economy’s resilience in terms of attractiveness and employment, discussions focused on how public support schemes support French companies in the face of the financing need generated by the energy transition. Philippe Mills, chief executive officer of SFIL, spoke at the round table bringing together the leaders of the various public organizations, including BPI AE and Business France, to review 2022 and the outlook for 2023.Read more
The bank is developing eight bridge financing programs under measures from the Recovery Plan, among them for renovation and for renewable energy sources for households - said the Chairperson of the Supervisory Board of BDB, Rosen Karadimov, in an interview with the "24 Chasa" newspaper.Read more
Frankfurt. 2022 was a very successful year for the promotional lending business of Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank. The volume of new promotional loans rose substantially. The increase in demand was especially strong in the Rural Development and Renewable Energy lines. The main driver in the Rural Development line was the strong demand for Rentenbank’s global loans by the development banks of the German states, while in the Renewable Energy line it was the strong demand for wind power financing. In total, the volume of new, low-interest special promotional loans granted rose to EUR 6.9 billion (2021: EUR 5.6 billion). To fund its promotional lending business, Rentenbank raised about EUR 11.8 billion (2021: EUR 10.7 billion) in medium- and long-term funds in the capital market. The capital ratios were nearly unchanged from the previous year.
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