Matteo Patrone, EBRD Managing Director for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus, will speak at the FIT for Ukraine: Annual Meeting

The EBRD is delivering on its commitment to invest EUR 3 bln in Ukraine by the end of 2023, with the exceptional support of shareholders and donors who are taking on some of the risk associated with the Bank’s investments.

Thus, the EBRD, in particular:

– invested EUR 1.7 bln to support the real sector of Ukraine’s economy in 2022, with another EUR 200 mln coming from partner banks. This represents more than 10% of the Bank’s total operations; 
– mobilized almost EUR 1.4 bln of donor funding to support Ukraine;
– attracted foreign grants of EUR 150 mln each for Ukrzaliznytsia and Ukrenergo for emergency liquidity support;
– provided a total of EUR 459 mln in trade finance in Ukraine in 2022;
– together with partner financial institutions, supported food security by providing over EUR 280 mln in financing for agricultural supply chains and another EUR 170 mln to strengthen the resilience of other private sector companies, including SMEs.

“FIT for Ukraine: Annual Meeting” will take place on November 15 in Warsaw, Poland. 

The forum will bring together government and business representatives to discuss Ukraine’s investment achievements in 2023 and outline plans for the coming year. The event is organized within the framework of the largest international exhibition on the reconstruction of Ukraine “ReBuild Ukraine”. 

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“The Forum on Investments and Transformation for Ukraine is a series of investment forums for businesses interested in rebuilding Ukraine. In 2023, more than 7,000 people from 65 countries attended FIT for Ukraine events.

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