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Launched in 1999, the Trade Facilitation Programme (TFP) aims to promote foreign trade to, from and among the EBRD countries of operations through a range of products.

The EBRD’s award winning Green Trade Facilitation Programme (Green TFP) stimulates the supply of high performance technologies and services. Green TFP is an important, innovative step for trade finance and it strengthens the EBRD’s efforts to make the countries where it invests greener with its activities.

TFP at a glance

25,300+
Total number of transactions since 1999

€20bn+
Total transaction value since 1999

Top 10 Confirming banks 2019

1.Commerzbank
2.ING Bank
3.Unicredit
4.Raiffeisen Bank
5.ODDO BHF
6.KBC Bank
7.Deutsche Bank
8.Banca Popolare
9.Citibank
10.UBS

Green TFP

Almost
900
Green TFP transactions have been financed
22
economies where the EBRD invests

The EBRD has supported more than
€675 million
in green trade financing

Effect on environment

Energy savings:
1,513,200 MWh
(equal to annual electricity consumption of 325,338 households)

Water savings:
1,681,399 m3
(equal to annual water consumption of 13,114 households)

Emission savings:
605,376 tonnes CO2
(equal to annual CO2 emmissions from 357,171 passenger cars)



TFP Brain Teasers

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Our brain-teasers are drawn from the real-life trials of trade finance professionals. Here is your chance to demonstrate your ability to disentangle the most involved, contentious or just plain weird combinations of documents and to solve a puzzle in the field of documentary operations.

Prize winners will be notified by email and solutions posted onlineSend your answers to TF-Expert@ebrd.com