on financial instruments under the European
fi-compass is a platform for advisory services
Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF)
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be an important tool for boosting EU agriculture.
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Investments, in a variety of forms, will help create a modern, dynamic agri-food
sector to create jobs and enhance growth in the EU. Financial Instruments will
Financial instruments using the European Social Fund
can support a wide range of financially viable
investment projects
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FEATURES RESOURCES

RESOURCES

Useful resources are available to managing authorities (MA) and financial instrument stakeholders from different providers. They include:

  • EC regulatory guidance – The European Commission provides guidance in the form of working documents for colleagues and bodies involved in the monitoring, control or implementation of the European Structural and Investment Funds on how to interpret and apply the EU rules relevant to financial instruments. The Commission services' explanations and interpretations of the rules aim to facilitate programme implementation and to encourage good practice.
  • fi-compass resources – Resources provided by fi-compass aim to address issues faced by MAs before and during establishment and the implementation of financial instruments, being responsive to their needs at different stages of the financial instrument lifecycle. fi-compass’ resources aim to improve the understanding of MAs on the technical requirements and/or provide them with practical advice on the approach to take with regard to particular issues.
  • Other resources – A variety of networks, organisations and practitioners are also forging ahead with implementing financial instruments or advancing the financial instruments agenda. Their insight and learning can be inspirational to those considering implementing financial instruments or looking to further the effectiveness of financial instrument implementation. You can search all these resources using the facility below.

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Title
Presentation (Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs: Financial Instruments in Thuringia, Germany)
Andreas Beutel, Thuringia Ministry for Economics, Science and Digital Society, Germany; Heike Gerhardt-Leißring, Thüringer Aufbaubank, Germany
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Germany
Presentation (Social entrepreneurship and social inclusion: ‘National Fund for Social Entrepreneurship, Poland’)
Aleksandra Dmitruk, Ministry of Development, Poland; Agnieszka Waszkiewicz, Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, Poland
Realm: ESIF, ESF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Poland
Presentation (ESIF Financial Instruments: State aid considerations)
Egle Striungyte, European Commission; Gabriela Tschirkova, European Commission; Hanna Dudka, European Commission; Vasiliki Avgoustidou, European Commission
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: EU28
Presentation (Energy Efficiency Programme for Multi-Apartment Residential Buildings in Latvia)
Aleksejs Kaņējevs, ALTUM, Latvia
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Latvia
Presentation (Experience with implementation of FI in Hungary)
Dr Györgyi Nyikos, MFB, Hungary
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Hungary
Presentation (Cohesion Policy Support for Innovation in Europe's Regions)
Katja Reppel, Deputy Head of Unit for Smart and Sustainable Growth, DG REGIO, European Commission
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: EU28
Presentation (Case study Financial instruments for Research, technological development and innovation for Romanian SMEs)
Lucian Coman, General Directorate Competitiveness Programmes, Ministry of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds, Romania; Aneta Stoica, Ministry of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds, Romania; Camelia Dragoi, Mandate manager, European Investment Fund
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Romania
Presentation (Self-employment and Entrepreneurship: ‘Entrepreneurship Promotion Fund 2014-2020, Lithuania’)
Rūta Dapkutė-Stankevičienė , Deputy Director of EU Structural Investments Department in the Ministry of Finance, Lithuania; Inga Beiliuniene, Head of Instrument Management Division, INVEGA, Lithuania
Realm: ESF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Lithuania
Presentation (Financial instruments for urban development in Poland)
Piotr Skiba, European Investment Bank
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Poland
Presentation (Innovative financial instruments from the City of The Hague)
Ton Overmeire, Holding Fund manager and ERDF programme manager
Realm: ESIF » Event Material
Published: 04.05.2018
Country: Netherlands