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Deputy Chairperson Imre Laszlóczki spoke to  KarcFM: new permanent IIB Headquarters in Budapest, post-COVID economic recovery prospectives and other key issues.

Deputy Chairperson Imre Laszlóczki spoke to KarcFM: new permanent IIB Headquarters in Budapest, post-COVID economic recovery prospectives and other key issues.

Source: KarcFM
Questions and answers about the economy. Business magazine with Anita Kovács. Going from Pest to Buda via Chain Bridge and looking to the right, you can see a very nicely renovated palace, the Chain Bridge Palace. Recently, this beautiful classicist building has gained fame for becoming the new permanent headquarters of the International Investment Bank, as part of the final step in relocating the bank to Europe. Greetings to the Vice President of the bank, Mr. Imre Laszlóczki, who is on the…  Read more
Head of IIB International Relations and Communications Anna Lvova talks to Budapest Business Journal about the Bank's integration into the European financial scene

Head of IIB International Relations and Communications Anna Lvova talks to Budapest Business Journal about the Bank's integration into the European financial scene

BBJ: The Board of Governors of the IIB voted to relocate the bank from Moscow to Budapest on December 10, 2018, and it became actual with a press conference on June 25, 2019. Has the move achieved all that you wanted? AL: For our internal purposes, we use April 30, 2019 as an actual date of relocation of IIB Headquarters to Budapest. It’s the date of entry into force of the Host Country Agreement between IIB and Hungary. Hence, we have been in Hungary for exactly one-and-a-half years. As it…  Read more
Stefan Nanu, IIB Head of the Debt Capital Markets and FI, shared his vision on the Bank's funding and lending strategy with the leading Romanian business channel PROFIT.RO

Stefan Nanu, IIB Head of the Debt Capital Markets and FI, shared his vision on the Bank's funding and lending strategy with the leading Romanian business channel PROFIT.RO

Source: Profit.ro
Oana Osman, Editor-in-Chief (О.О.): We just commented in the news about the pressures on funding costs. Your bank is an issuer in RON and recently you’ve just issued a RON bond in a new format under MTN (Medium Term Notes) Programme and you listed the bonds in Dublin. Could you tell us how you obtained a reduction in the funding costs and why have you picked up a new format? Stefan Nanu (S.N.): It’s worth to mention that this was Bank’s 7th RON issuance, therefore, the conditions obtained…  Read more
Imre Laszlóczki, Deputy Chairperson of the International Investment Bank’s Management Board, gave an interview to Regiszter programme on Karc FM (Hungary)

Imre Laszlóczki, Deputy Chairperson of the International Investment Bank’s Management Board, gave an interview to Regiszter programme on Karc FM (Hungary)

Source: KarcFM
The guest of Regiszter programme on Karc FM was Imre Laszlóczki, Deputy Chairperson of the International Investment Bank’s Management Board, in charge of strategy and policy. Anita Kovács conducted the interview. Regiszter: where the numbers and trends start to make sense. Coming up: 30 minutes of fast economic analysis at Karc FM, with Anita Kovács. Anita Kovács: About 1.5-2 years ago, when International Investment Bank, the former bank of the Council for Mutual Economic…  Read more

"The world of business does not end on our eastern borders" - the First Deputy Chairperson of IIB Management Board Jozef Kollár reflects on the role of multilateral development banks in his interview to Trend.sk

Source: www.trend.sk
The arrival of the new Chairperson Mr Nikolay Kosov represented a fundamental restart for the bank. The shareholders approved the reform together with the first Strategy for 2013-2017. Until that time, the bank had operated in something akin to a dormant mode, because when the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance collapsed, it basically had no activity as there was nobody for it to finance. One of the priorities of the reform was to cleanse the bank of the 80% share of non-performing loans on…  Read more