A new building for 's Heeren Loo Zorggroep
23 May 2013 - Good health and well-being (SDG 3), Sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11)
Biggest institution in the intellectual disability care sector
With fourteen thousand employees and a budget of over six hundred million euros, 's Heeren Loo Zorggroep is the Netherlands' largest institution operating in the intellectual disability care sector. Investments in property are required because a significant amount of housing is now out of date. Like other institutions in the intellectual disability care sector, 's Heeren Loo Zorggroep can only fund part of the necessary investments itself, which is why it needed a loan.
Over the past four years, 175 million euros has been invested. 's Heeren Loo Zorggroep was given the autonomy to decide when and in what amounts the short-term loans were converted into long-term loans. The Healthcare Sector Guarantee Fund (WfZ) was closely involved in the process and gave a favourable opinion at the outset regarding this financing arrangement.
Driven by social impact
We are the bank for the Dutch public sector and we are driven by social impact. We aim to be a natural partner for our clients by helping them addressing the social challenges they have to cope with. Instead of maximising profits, our priority is to maximise the social impact of our activities.
EUR 175 million
BNG Bank, ABN AMRO Bank en ING Bank
Good health and well-being (SDG 3)
BNG Bank contributes to affordable health care for everyone.
BNG Bank is a partner in improving sustainability of hospitals and other health care facilities.
Sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11)
As a partner of social housing associations, BNG Bank contributes to better and liveable communities.
As a partner of municipalities, BNG Bank contributes to affordable and better social provisions.