KfW is taking part under the framework of a banking group made of twelve institutes that include the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Danish credit insurance company Eksport Kredit Fonden (EKF).
What does EKF stand for?
EKF stands for Eksport Kredit Fonden (Danish: Export Credit Fund)
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We have 7 other meanings of EKF in our Acronym Attic
- Enosi Kyprion Ellados (Union of Cypriots in Greece; Athens, Greece)
- Euskal Kultur Erakundea (Basque: Basque Culture Institute)
- Euskara Kultur Elkargoa (Basque: Basque Cultural Association)
- Extreme Kill Elite (video games)
- Eastern Kentucky Education Association
- East Kent Education Business Partnership (UK)
- Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center (Pikeville, Center)
- East Kilbride Engineering Services (est. 1996; Scotland, UK)
- Europejski Komitet Ekonomiczno Spoleczny (Polish)
- Eastern Ki Federation (martial arts)
- English Karate Federation (UK)
- Entsorgungsdienste Kreis Freiberg (German: Disposal Services Freiberg; Freiberg, Germany)
- Epikeratophakia (eye condition)
- European Karate Federation
- European Kendo Federation
- European Kyudo Federation (est. 1980; Japanese archery)
- Extended Kalman Filter
- Extended Kalman Filter Probabilistic Data Association
- Extended Kalman Filter Fixed-Lag Smoothing
- Phased-Locked Loop Derived from the Extended Kalman Filter
Samples in periodicals archive:
In adopting the Equator Principles, Ex-Im Bank joins more than 70 financial institutions and three other export-credit agencies (ECAs): Export Development Canada (EDC), Denmark's Eksport Kredit Fonden (EKF) and Australia's Export Finance and Investment Corp.
Bank Audi, in addition to coordinating with the European Investment Bank, SociE[umlaut]tE[umlaut] de Promotion et de Participation pour la CoopE[umlaut]ration Economique (PROPARCO) and the Danish export credit agency Eksport Kredit Fonden (EKF), led a syndicate of 16 regional banks that consisted of six Lebanese banks which included Bank Audi, Banque Libano-FranE*aise, BBAC, BLOM Bank, Byblos Bank, IBL Bank, nine Syrian banks (Arab Bank Syria, Bank Al-Sharq, Bank Audi Syria, Bank of Jordan - Syria, Bank of Syria and Overseas, Banque Bemo Saudi-Fransi, Byblos Bank Syria, Fransabank Syria and The International Bank for Trade and Finance) and a Jordanian bank (The Housing Bank for Trade and Finance).