Case study (SELFIEmployment, Italy)

This case study describes the SELFIEmployment financial instrument in Italy which provides financial support through micro and small loans at zero interest rate for people Not (engaged) in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) to enhance their self-employment and entrepreneurship initiatives, thus increasing their chances of being included in the labour market.

AGRI Italy Platform

This case study describes the Agricultural Multi-Regional Guarantee Platform set up in 2017 in Italy. The Platform provides loss protection for financial institutions via an uncapped guarantee of 50% on a loan-by-loan basis. It aims to support new loans for agricultural and agri-food final recipients to finance investments in agricultural holdings, as well as for processing, marketing and/or developing agricultural products.

EAFRD Loan Fund for agriculture Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy

This case study reviews the implementation of the EAFRD Revolving Fund for agriculture in the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region in Italy.

With the financial contribution from the RDP, its own revolving resources and additional private contributions from financial intermediaries, the Fund provides subsidised loans for investments. These can be for processing, marketing and developing new agricultural products, as well as improving the performance and competitiveness of agricultural enterprises.

The potential for investment in energy efficiency through financial instruments in the European Union

This report provides a summary of the potential for financial instruments in the energy efficiency sector in the 2021-2027 programming period. This report is based on analysis performed at Member State level and documents produced at both the Member State and the European Union (EU) level.

The potential for investment in energy efficiency through financial instruments in the European Union - Italy in-depth analysis

The objective of this report is to give an overview of the state and progress of energy efficiency developments in Italy, and a preliminary assessment of investment needs and potential use of ESIF financial instruments to cover them.