This report offers a first look into the financial gap for agricultural enterprises for short-term and for medium and long-term loans. It is based on established European Commission methodology (Ex-ante assessment of the EU SME Initiative, 2013) and incorporates improved calculations. The input variables are based on updated data from Eurostat, the Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) provided by DG AGRI and the SAFE survey. Wherever specific data for the agricultural sector was not available, approximations were used.
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Manual (Scoping study for the use of financial instruments under the EMFF and related advisory support activities)
The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) policy framework emphasises the need for more use of financial instruments in 2014-2020: the overall aim is therefore to deliver more ESIF funding through financial instruments in the future. To help achieve this, the European Commission, in partnership with the EIB, has set up a single advisory platform on ESIF financial instruments for the programming period 2014-2020. This advisory platform is called fi-compass.
Introduction by: Bruno Robino, Head of fi-compass, European Investment Bank
Loris di Pietrantonio, Head of Unit, DG EMPL, European Commission
Frank Lee, Head of Financial Instruments Advisory Division, European Investment Bank
Francesca Passeri, Director of Public Affairs, European Crowdfunding Network
Eugenio Saba, Financial Instruments Advisor, European Investment Bank
Crowdfunding and ESF opportunities future perspectives for managing authorities
Johanna Kühner, Programme Manager, Social Entrepreneurship Netzwerk Deutschland, Germany
Crowdfunding and social impact
WirVsVirus match funding against COVID-19