The Export-Import Bank of the United States of America (U.S. Ex-Im Bank) supports short-, and medium- term transactions in both the public and private sectors. In recent years, Ex-Im Bank has supported U.S. exports in the agricultural, metallurgical, informational technology and telecommunications sectors.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the largest foreign investor in Ukraine, makes debt and equity investments in the financial sector, small and medium businesses, food production and processing enterprises, municipal and state infrastructure and transport. Special emphasis is put on energy sector reform and the introduction of energy efficiency technologies in Ukraine.
The World Bank provides loans and grants in agriculture and energy, public administration, environment protection and the social sector.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) invests mainly in financial sector. Technical assistance operations are provided in privatization, SME and capital market development.
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (TDA): TDA funds feasibility studies, mainly in the energy, infrastructure and public utility sectors, for major projects that offer good potential for future U.S. exports.
Oversees Private Insurance Corporation (OPIC) reopened its programs in Ukraine in December 2009. In June 2010 OPIC concluded an agreement enabling the Ukrainian Development Network (UDN) to serve as an originator for a growing alliance with the private sector designed to support small and medium-sized enterprises expanding into emerging markets overseas.
The Western NIS Enterprise Fund, capitalized with US$150 million by the U.S. Government has operated in Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova since June 1995. WNISEF has invested approximately $120 million in 29 companies in the region in a range of industries with a concentration on consumer goods, construction materials, packaging, retail, and financial services. WNISEF is managed by Horizon Capital Associates, LLC.