European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Founded in 1991, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) uses the tools of investment to help build market economies and democracies in 30 countries from central Europe to central Asia. Its mission was to support the formerly communist countries in the process of establishing their private sectors.Headquartered in London, the EBRD is owned by 61 countries and two international institutions. Despite its public sector shareholders, it invests mainly in private enterprises, usually together with commercial partners.EBRD provides project financing for banks, industries and businesses, both new ventures and investments in existing companies. It also works with publicly owned companies to support privatization, restructuring state-owned firms and improvement of municipal services.The EBRD’s mandate stipulates that it must only work in countries that are committed to democratic principles.
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Press Gazette has found 11 new jobs for journalists today. To view the daily archive of our journalism jobs search click on Journalism Jobs. Hearst Magazines UK is looking for a focus editor. You will have a proven experience on a similar title. Job Location: London Closing Date: 22 June IHS is seeking a sub-editor.
Press Gazette has found 11 new jobs for journalists today. To view the daily archive of our journalism jobs search click on Journalism Jobs. Waggener Edstrom is looking for an editor in chief. You will have experience writing about technology or business in an agency. Job Location: London Closing Date: 11 June Hearst Magazines UK is looking for a [.
Over the Christmas and New Year period Press Gazette has found 37 new jobs advertised for journalists around the web. To view the daily archive of our journalism jobs search click on Journalism Jobs. There is an opportunity for a senior journalist (£30-35K). You will have two to five years of journalism experience.
The journalist and broadcaster Christopher Cviic, who has died aged 80, was a leading expert on the former Yugoslavia. In a career that spanned more than 50 years, he wrote extensively on central and south-eastern Europe, as well as on religious matters; edited publications in Britain and Croatia; and provided in-depth advice for development bankers.