KBN’s funding program
KBN maintains the highest possible credit rating, (Aaa/AAA, Stable/Stable), from Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s and is identified as one of two systemically important financial institutions in Norway.
A contract has been signed this week for the construction of a new electric ferry for the Brevik-Sandøya route in the Municipality of Porsgrunn. The ferry is being financed by a green loan from KBN, and will be the first zero-emissions vessel on the seas to be financed by a green loan. More
KBN’s net interest income in the second quarter of 2019 was NOK 470 million as compared to NOK 465 million in the same period in 2018. KBN’s lending margins remained stable and generated satisfactory earnings. More
KBN reached the end of H1 2019, raising approximately 60% per cent of its annual total funding volume across a variety of different markets. As of end of June, KBN has raised USD 6.2 billion equivalent, via 25 trades across (13) different currencies. More