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  • KBNweb is not KBN


    Kommunalbanken has no relations to this company.

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  • Pleasing results for the third quarter


    KBN’s net interest income in the third quarter of 2019 was NOK 476 million as compared to NOK 419 million in the same period in 2018. Its lending margins remained stable and generated satisfactory earnings. KBN’s green loans are the fastest growing part of its lending portfolio

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  • Loans from KBN when municipalities merge


    Some of our customers have been wondering what will happen to their loans from KBN when their municipality becomes part of a larger merged municipality.

  • Winter is coming. How well prepared is your municipality?


    The climate is changing more quickly than ever before. Norway’s municipalities need to prepare for the unexpected. KBN’s new climate risk tool can help you to succeed.

  • Extreme changes - extreme costs


    Climate change represents a growing financial risk, including for Norway’s municipalities. Risk prevention needs to be prioritised over repairs much more than is currently the case, but where should municipalities look to find good solutions?