Agreement Establishing The Bank Ebrd
Providing special funds in accordance with the agreements to use these funds; through association or co-financing with multilateral institutions, commercial banks or other interested sources, or by participation in private sector enterprises, loans to state-owned enterprises that operate competitively and participate in the market-oriented economy, and loans to each public enterprise to facilitate its transition to private ownership and control; in particular to facilitate or improve the participation of private and/or foreign capital in these companies; It was former French President François Mitterrand who first came up with the idea that Europe needed a development bank. This particular idea quickly became a reality, since, according to the French President`s concept, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), based in London, was established in 1991 to support the transition to the market economy of Central and Eastern European countries after the end of the Cold War. The 23-member Board of Directors is responsible for the operational management of the EBRD. These directors should be people with high economic and financial expertise. They retain their duties for a three-year term with the possibility of re-election. This committee is responsible for directing the General Activities of the Bank and exercises all the powers vested in it by the Governing Council. This means preparing the work of the Governing Council; Define strategies and decisions on the Bank`s lending, guarantees, equity investments, borrowing, bank borrowing, technical assistance and other operations; Presentation of audited financial statements for each fiscal year, for approval by the Governing Council at each annual meeting; and approval of the Bank`s budget. The Board of Directors operates at the EBRD headquarters in London. 2. Special funds accepted by the Bank may be used in any manner and conditions that are consistent with the Purpose and Tasks of the Bank, the other applicable provisions of this agreement, and the agreement or agreements relating to these funds.
to enter into cooperation agreements with public or private organizations or bodies. For the purposes of this paragraph, a state-owned enterprise is considered competitive only if it operates independently in a competitive market environment and is not subject to bankruptcy law. Any amount that amounts to the former member for his actions is withheld as long as the former member, his central bank or one of his agencies or instruments remains liable to the bank as a borrower or guarantor and that this amount can be applied, at the bank`s choice, to such liability due to him.