ERDF financial instruments – fit for 2021-2027

Flagship conference

Brussels
7 October 2022
About the event

The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG REGIO) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) are organising the flagship conference ‘ERDF financial instruments – fit for 2021-2027’ to be held on Friday, 7 October 2022, from 9.00 until 16.00, in Brussels and online.

Practitioners will have the opportunity to consider key topics relating to their 2021-2027 ERDF financial instruments, as well as participate in an interactive workshop with experts from DG REGIO and the fi-compass team.

Relevant Resources

Model for a financial instrument with a grant component to support energy efficiency

Model for a financial instrument with a grant component to support energy efficiency

This model financial instrument allows managing authorities to support energy efficiency projects that combine grants with loans in a single financial instrument operation.

Model financial instruments are intended to provide a non-exhaustive insight into the potential for managing authorities to use the new flexibilities in Article 58 of the Common Provisions Regulation (CPR).

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New European Bauhaus territorial development model (NEB TDM) financial instrument

New European Bauhaus territorial development model (NEB TDM) financial instrument

The final version of the New European Bauhaus territorial development model (NEB TDM) financial instrument has been published as a Commission Staff Working Document.

The model financial instrument aims to provide managing authorities implementing cohesion policy programmes with the building blocks, they could use to set up and implement the financial instrument supporting the New European Bauhaus projects in the 2021-2027 period based on the Common Provisions Regulation (CPR).

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New European Bauhaus territorial development model (NEB TDM) financial instrument

Quasi-equity finance for SMEs model financial instrument

The model financial instruments are intended to provide a number of examples pointing to the potential for managing authorities to use quasi-equity financial instruments in the 2021-2027 programming period. Quasi-equity financial instruments co-financed with shared management funds can help address specific cases of market failure that cannot be covered by other financial instruments such as standard debt and equity financial instruments.

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Venue
Country
Belgium
Location
Brussels
Address
The Hotel, 38 Boulevard the Waterloo, 1000 Brussels
Registration
Registration required
Yes
Practical Info
Registration is mandatory for both in person and online participants.
Registrations will close on Friday, 30 September 2022.
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