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Boosting the private sector competitiveness

The development of a robust private sector is essential for regional socio-economic development and integration, and to improve the region’s competitiveness and job creation. That’s why the Economic and Investment Plan (EIP) for the Western Balkans focuses on supporting start-ups and micro-, small and medium-sized businesses, and directing significant investments towards innovation and green growth.

Increased EU financing is made available to the private sector through blending of grants and loans, and guarantees under the Western Balkans Guarantee Facility (EFSD+). This reinforces open, innovative, business-friendly eco-systems based on a triple helix model of innovation.

Since 2020, support to the private sector development has been consolidated under WBIF Private Sector Blending to encompass several prominent initiatives, notably the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), the European Fund for South East Europe (EFSE) the Green for Growth Fund (GGF) and the Regional Energy Efficiency Programme (REEP).

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Economic and Investment Plan for the Western Balkans 2021-2027

Up to €30 billion in investments, including up to €9 billion of EU grant funding, is available under the EU’s Economic and Investment Plan for the Western Balkans. Investment flagship 9 focuses on Investing in the Competitiveness of the Private Sector.

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New Growth Plan
for the Western Balkans

Economic convergence is an essential element in getting the Western Balkan countries closer to the EU. A new €6 billion Reform and Growth Facility for the Western Balkans has been proposed for the period 2024-2027. Single market integration and targeted financial support needs to be accompanied by comprehensive reforms for their economies to cope with the competitive pressure of the single market, and to build competitive and sustainable businesses to attract private investment.

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Global Gateway

Global Gateway is the EU’s contribution to narrowing the global investment gap worldwide in support of sustainable development. Over the next seven years, the EU and its member states will mobilise up to €300 billion in public and private investments in the digital, climate and energy, transport, health, education and research sectors. The Global Gateway will deliver sustainable and high-quality projects, taking into account the needs of partner countries and ensuring lasting benefits for local communities.

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What is blending?

Blending uses public money (grants) to cover part of the costs of a development project to get it off the ground, with public and private investors financing the rest. Blending allows partners to get the most out of their grant resources and enhance their overall development impact. WBIF supports blending operations in both the public and private sector.

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What are guarantees?

Guarantees share the risk associated with investing and lending, to encourage private investors and development banks to finance entrepreneurs or investments. In case something goes wrong, the EU will pay part of it. The Western Balkans Guarantee Facility, launched in 2020, is expected to mobilise investments of up to €20 billion in the next decade. It is financed through the European Fund for Sustainable Development Plus (EFSD+) and the External Action Guarantee.

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Investment priorities

Explore the programmes that the EU developed for MSMEs financing for each investment priority

Green transition

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Sustainable agriculture

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Digital transition and innovation

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Trade and value chain innovation

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Financial inclusion

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Financing and financial diversification

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Crowding-in private capital

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Multi-thematic

Unlocking diversified finance and training for entrepreneurs

Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF II)

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

Start date: 2021

Status: Under implementation

Total EU grant: €30m

EU

The Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) is an equity fund that catalyses the expansion of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and high-potential mid-caps in the Western Balkans. Focusing on providing equity, quasi-equity and debt financing, ENEF II provides the financial boost needed for small businesses to grow and expand. Launched in December 2021, supported by the European Commission, EBRD and other development finance institutions, up to €75 million is expected to be available. ENEF II goes beyond financing, by providing extensive pre- and post-investment support. Success is more than numbers, so support is given to identifying and addressing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities for businesses.

The journey began in 2014 with the launch of the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF) under the Western Balkans Enterprise Development and Innovation Facility (WB EDIF), backed by an initial capital of €48.5 million. Guided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ENEF I successfully invested in 16 companies by July 2020.

Explore all investment opportunities

Overview of all active WBIF programmes for private sector and contact details for financial intermediaries benefitting from EU support in each beneficiary economy.

Use the filters below to find the best option for you.

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Albania

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Kosovo

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Montenegro

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

North Macedonia

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Serbia

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Active Number of Partner Institutions: 17

Partner Institutions: Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, ProCredit Bank, MF Banka, NLB Banka, Sparkasse Bank, Raiffeisen Leasing, Sparkasse Leasing BH, MCC EKI, MCF EKI, MI-BOSPO, Mikrofin, Sunrise, MF Banka, MI-BOSPO, Partner

More about available programmes: BOSANSKI

Country Sector Programme Financial intermediary Web Page
Albania Financial inclusion, Sustainable Agriculture Green Finance for Inclusion Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania S.A.
Albania Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF Youth Procredit Bank S.A.
Albania Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF Youth Raiffeisen Bank S.A.
Albania Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP OTP Bank Albania S.A.
Albania Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Procredit Bank S.A.
Albania Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. FED Invest Sh.k.k
Albania Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. Procredit Bank S.A.
Albania Financial inclusion FED Invest Sh.k.k
Albania Green Transition GGF Banka Kombetare Tregtare Sh.A. (BKT)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sustainable Agriculture, Green Transition SME Go Green Raiffeisen Bank d.d. BiH
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sustainable Agriculture, Green Transition SME Go Green UniCredit Bank d.d. Mostar
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF Youth Intesa Sanpaolo Banka d.d. Bosna i Hercegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP UniCredit Bank a.d. Banja Luka
Bosnia and Herzegovina Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP UniCredit Bank d.d. Mostar
Bosnia and Herzegovina Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Sparkasse Bank d.d. BiH
Bosnia and Herzegovina Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Intesa Sanpaolo Banka d.d. Bosna i Hercegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Sparkasse Leasing d.o.o. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. Raiffeisen Bank d.d. BiH
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. Intesa Sanpaolo Banka d.d. Bosna i Hercegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. ProCredit Bank d.d. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE MF banka a.d. Banja Luka
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE NLB Banka d.d. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Raiffeisen Bank d.d. BiH
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Sparkasse Leasing d.o.o. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Raiffeisen Leasing d.o.o. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Sparkasse Leasing d.o.o. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Mikrokreditno drustvo EKI d.o.o. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Mikrokreditna fondacija EKI Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Mikrokreditna fondacija MI-BOSPO Tuzla
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Mikrokreditno drustvo MIKROFIN d.o.o. Banja Luka
Bosnia and Herzegovina Financial inclusion EFSE Mikrokredtna fondacija SUNRISE
Bosnia and Herzegovina Green Transition GGF MF banka a.d. Banja Luka
Bosnia and Herzegovina Green Transition GGF Mikrokreditna fondacija MI-BOSPO Tuzla
Bosnia and Herzegovina Green Transition GGF Mikrokreditna fondacija PARTNER MIKROKREDITNA FONDACIJA
Bosnia and Herzegovina Green Transition GGF ProCredit Bank d.d. Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Green Transition GGF Sparkasse Bank d.d. BiH
Kosovo* Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF Youth ProCredit Bank, Kosovo
Kosovo* Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF Youth Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo
Kosovo* Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Banka për Biznes (BPB)
Kosovo* Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Raiffeisen Leasing Kosovo LLC
Kosovo* Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. KEP Trust
Kosovo* Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo
Kosovo* Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. ProCredit Bank, Kosovo
Kosovo* Financial inclusion EFSE Banka Kombëtare Tregtare Kosovë SH.A. (BKT)
Kosovo* Financial inclusion EFSE Agjencioni për financim në Kosovë (AFK)
Kosovo* Financial inclusion EFSE KEP Trust
Kosovo* Financial inclusion EFSE Kreditimi Rural i Kosovës (KRK)
Kosovo* Green Transition GGF Agjencioni për financim në Kosovë (AFK)
Kosovo* Green Transition GGF Banka Kombëtare Tregtare Kosovë SH.A. (BKT)
Kosovo* Green Transition GGF KEP Trust
Kosovo* Green Transition GGF Kreditimi Rural i Kosovës (KRK)
Montenegro Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Crnogorska komercijalna banka AD Podgorica (CKB)
Montenegro Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. Alter Modus DOO Podgorica
Montenegro Financial inclusion EFSE Crnogorska komercijalna banka AD Podgorica (CKB)
Montenegro Financial inclusion EFSE ERSTE Bank AD Podgorica
Montenegro Financial inclusion EFSE Alter Modus DOO Podgorica
Montenegro Green Transition GGF Alter Modus DOO Podgorica
Montenegro Green Transition GGF Hipotekarna banka AD Podgorica
North Macedonia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Sparkasse Leasing DOO Skopje
North Macedonia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP NLB banka AD Skopje
North Macedonia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP ProCredit Bank AD Skopje
North Macedonia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Komercijalna banka AD Skopje
North Macedonia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Sparkasse Banka AD Skopje
North Macedonia Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. ProCredit Bank AD Skopje
North Macedonia Financial inclusion EFSE HALKBANK AD Skopje
North Macedonia Financial inclusion EFSE Sparkasse Banka AD Skopje
North Macedonia Financial inclusion EFSE ProCredit Bank AD Skopje
North Macedonia Financial inclusion EFSE Microcredit Foundation Horizonti Skopje
North Macedonia Green Transition GGF HALKBANK AD Skopje
North Macedonia Green Transition GGF Sparkasse Banka AD Skopje
Serbia Sustainable Agriculture, Green Transition SME Go Green OTP Leasing Srbija DOO Beograd
Serbia Sustainable Agriculture, Green Transition SME Go Green OTP banka Srbija AD Novi Sad
Serbia Financial inclusion, Sustainable Agriculture Green Finance for Inclusion UniCredit Bank Srbija AD Beograd
Serbia Financial inclusion, Sustainable Agriculture Green Finance for Inclusion Banca Intesa AD Beograd
Serbia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Banca Intesa AD Beograd
Serbia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP UniCredit Bank Srbija AD Beograd
Serbia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP OTP Leasing Srbija DOO Beograd
Serbia Trade and value chain innovation, Green Transition Regional SME CSP Intesa Leasing DOO Beograd
Serbia Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. UniCredit Bank Srbija AD Beograd
Serbia Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. Banca Intesa AD Beograd
Serbia Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. NLB Komercijalna banka AD Beograd
Serbia Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. Raiffeisen Banka AD Beograd
Serbia Financial Inclusion, Financing and financial diversification GF4SME Resil. ProCredit Bank AD Beograd
Serbia Financial inclusion EFSE 3 Banka AD Novi Sad
Serbia Financial inclusion EFSE Eurobank Direktna AD Beograd
Serbia Financial inclusion EFSE OTP banka Srbija AD Novi Sad
Serbia Financial inclusion EFSE ProCredit Bank AD Beograd
Serbia Financial inclusion EFSE UniCredit Bank Srbija AD Beograd
Serbia Green Transition GGF HALKBANK AD Beograd
Serbia Green Transition GGF ProCredit Bank AD Beograd
Serbia Green Transition GGF UniCredit Bank Srbija AD Beograd

Achieved Results

(2009 - 2023)
600m

EU funds for MSMEs in the Western Balkans

6bn

total investment value

14,000

young people hired or trained

30

start-ups supported through seed investments

5,000

MSMEs supported

120,000

jobs created

1.3m

MWh p.a. savings in energy

400,000 t

CO2 emissions reduced

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