European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Development/ Implementation agency
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
The EBRD, owned by 64 countries and two intergovernmental institutions, is supporting the development of market economies and democracies.
EBRD Moldova office
63 Vlaicu Pircalab Street,
Sky Tower building,
Chisinau MD 2012,
Tel: +373 (22) 21 00 00
Fax: +373 (22) 21 00 11
Strategic documents for programming
Strategy of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for the Republic of Moldova for 2014-2017.
Priority sectors/ Areas of cooperation
The EBRD Strategy for Moldova (2014-2017) aims to support the transition to a market economy based on the following strategic priorities:
• Creating the necessary conditions for private sector development;
• Creating European standards and regional integration;
• Strengthening the sustainability of municipal enterprises.
During the current EBRD strategy for Moldova (2014-2017), disbursements from the bank were approximately EUR 100 million annually.
Types of funds / financial instruments and assistance modalities
Technical Cooperation: Turn Around Management (TAM) and Business Advisory Services (BAS) programmes
Procedures for programming, approval and implementation of projects
To submit your project proposal contact:
One Exchange Square,
London EC2A 2JN,
Tel: +44 20 7338 7168
Fax: +44 20 7338 7380
Special conditions for submission of project proposals and project acceptability criteria
The Republic of Moldova became an EBRD member in April 1992.
Since the beginning of its activity in the Republic of Moldova since 2005, the EBRD has financed 110 projects, with over EUR 1 billion invested in the Moldovan economy.
During the current EBRD strategy for Moldova (2014-2017), disbursements from the bank were approximately EUR 100 million annually. In the first two years of implementing the strategy (2014-2015), 8 and 11 new projects were launched respectively. And the cumulative portfolio of ongoing projects has a total value of EUR 438 million, of which 75% are allocated to infrastructure, 11% to industry, trade and agribusiness, 9% to financial institutions and 5% to the energy sector.