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Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AG - OeEB. Austrian Business Circle Belgrade – 22.03.2011 Sabine Gaber / Head of Investment Finance Department OeEB. Basics & Mandate. Mandated by the Austrian Government in March 2008 as the Official Development Bank of Austria

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Oesterreichische entwicklungsbank ag oeeb
Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AG - OeEB

Austrian Business Circle Belgrade – 22.03.2011

Sabine Gaber / Head of Investment Finance Department OeEB

Basics mandate
Basics & Mandate

  • Mandated by the Austrian Government in March 2008 as the Official Development Bank of Austria

  • 100 % private - wholly owned subsidiary of Austria’s Export Credit Agency OeKB


    • Support of sustainable growth of the private sector in developing and emerging countries (except EU countries)

    • Mobilization of private local companies/institutions as well as Austrian investors to realize projects. An Austrian link is highly welcomed but OeEB is not strictly tied to Austrian content.

    • OeEB supports economically self-sustaining projects with conditions close to market rates (no interest subsidies, no softloans).

Basics mandate1
Basics & Mandate

  • Projects meet development policy criteria, e.g.

    - creation of additional employment, local income and/or

    - project contributes to climate protection, energy efficiency or renewable


    - project contributes to strengthen the local infrastructure

    - transfer of skills or technology, etc.

  • Role OeEB: Co-financier (risk sharing with other bilateral or multilateral development banks) or lead financier for selected projects. In addition OeEB may act complementary to commercial banks.

  • OeEB finances in principle new investments, expansion investments and rehabilitations.

  • OeEB is a creditworthy partner with a long term rating of AA+ (S&Ps).

Oeeb instruments
OeEB Instruments

Long-term Financing:

Instruments: Senior loans, subordinated loans, risk participations, equity participations in funds, companies and banks

Amount: Currently up to approximately EUR 25 mn. per transaction

Tenor: Up to 15 years incl. grace periods

Currencies: EUR, USD

Collateral: Adequate to the project in question in terms of risk; equity ratio of around 30 %; the project sponsor must have a solid track record in the sector in question.

Conditions: Interest and fees close to market rates.

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OeEB Instruments

Advisory Programmes:

Project–related auxiliary support facilities on a non-refundable basis like

  • studies,

  • project–related training,

  • measures regarding environmental and social aspects.

Oeeb brief overview
OeEB – Brief Overview

OeEB’s Total Assets 2009: EUR 110 mn. with 15 signed transactions and total committed volume of EUR 145 mn. in 2009

Planned portfolio breakdown by committed project volume by 2015:

60 % Financial Sector: Credit lines to financial institutions as intermediaries (e.g. micro-finance institutions, banks, etc.) to realize projects in the real sector, e.g. for MSMEs financing, energy efficiency or infrastructure projects.

40 % Real Sector: Credit lines to corporates or project companies to realize projects, thereof:

  • 25 % in the infrastructure sector (including energy sector)

  • 10 % in the manufacturing/ industry sector

  • 5 % in other sectors.

Oeeb 2009 brief overview
OeEB 2009 – Brief Overview

Projects in Serbia are of strategic interest for OeEB.

OeEB so far has

  • contributed to Investment Funds (e.g. European Fund for South East Europe „EFSE“ and Green for Growth) that support energy efficiency projects and renewable energy projects including Serbia as a target country.

  • commissioned a consultant to conduct a renewable energy sector study to analyze the renewable energy market in Serbia and to identify bankable projects.

  • Many more projects to come especially in sectors like infrastructure, energy and environment, industry and in the financial sector.