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Evaluation of the Economic Development Operative Programme. Jeremie programmes. Agenda. Introduction Progress and allocation of funds Credit products Guarantee products Venture capital funds Characteristics of the projects Key conclusions and recommendations.

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Evaluation of the economic development operative programme

Evaluation of the Economic Development Operative Programme

Jeremie programmes


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introduction

  • Progress and allocation of funds

    • Credit products

    • Guarantee products

    • Venture capital funds

  • Characteristics of the projects

  • Key conclusions and recommendations


1 introduction fin en project 1

1. Introduction – FIN-EN project (1)

  • “Sharing methodologies on Financial Engineering for enterprises” – sharing experience on the use of financial instruments, whithin Interreg IV C

  • Duration: 01.01.2012 – 31.12.2014

  • Involved partners: IT (lead partner), DE, DK, FR, GR, HU, LV, LT, PT, SI, ES, UK, EAPB (European Association of Public Banks)


1 introduction fin en project 2

1. Introduction – FIN-EN project (2)

  • The project consists of 3 components:

    • Management and coordination

    • Communication and dissemination

    • Sharing experiences and analysis of best practices – 3 thematic working groups:

      • TWG1: Programming

      • TWG2: Execution

      • TWG3: Monitoring and reporting (led by EDP MA)

  • Further project tasks(led by EDP MA)

  • Mapping of project partners’ financial instruments in place:

  • Databasedevelopment

  • Summarising report


1 introduction jeremie programmes

1. Introduction – Jeremie programmes

  • The financial instruments played an important role when planning the EDOP: 23.9% of the funds allocated to them

  • The first projects were contracted at the beginning of the period in January 2008 within the microcredit component

  • For the execution of the programme an extended intermediary network is involved (118 accredited intermediaries by the end of 2012)

  • With the progress of the programme combined products were introduced where financial instruments and grant-type funding are accessed through one single application


2 a credit products

2. a) Credit products

Source: NFÜ (31.12.2012)


2 a credit products microcredit 1

2. a) Credit products – Microcredit (1)

Source: MV Zrt. (31.12.2012)


2 a credit products microcredit 2

2. a) Credit products – Microcredit (2)

  • The programme’s advancement boosted after February 2011 due to

  • The raise of the maximum level of contractable credits

  • 100% refinancing (later decreased to 75% for credit institutions)

Monthly contracts of Microcredit / Small Credit / New Széchenyi Credit

Source: MV Zrt. (31.12.2012)


2 a credit products cmc

2. a) Credit products – CMC

Monthly contracts of Combined Microcredit

  • After alterations in the calls for proposal in January 2012 the number of contracting increased significantly

    • Financial undertakings and local FEPs owe a similar share of contracted credits

    • Due to the application scheme close monitoring is necessary

    • Financial instruments accessed through combined products improve the business culture and financial thinking of micro enterprises

Source: MV Zrt. (31.12.2012)


2 b guarantee products 1

2. b) Guarantee products (1)

Source: NFÜ (31.12.2012)

*20% of contracted guarantee is considered as eligible expense


2 b guarantee products 2

2. b) Guarantee products (2)

Source: NFÜ (31.12.2012)

Number of transactions (banks)

  • Low number of transactions and weak intermediary activity

  • The budget has been decreased on several occasions (partly due to progress and eligibility criteria)

  • Parallel and well-known guarantee products are available on the market

  • The combined product’s (CCG) system of single contact points is a promising initiative

Source: MV Zrt. (31.12.2012)


2 c venture capital funds 1

2. c) Venture Capital Funds (1)

Source: NFÜ (31.12.2012)


2 c venture capital funds 2

2. c) Venture Capital Funds (2)

Distribution of Venture Capital Funds’ Jeremie-funding

  • Three calls for proposal resulted in the set up of 22 venture capital funds (4 seed capital funds)

  • A min. of 30% of sources have to originate from outside investors ensuring business approach

  • A significant amount of venture capital funding is still available for enterprises

Availability of venture capital

Source: NFÜ (31.12.2012)


3 characteristics of the projects

3. Characteristics of the projects

  • Most of the funding supported enterprises with commercial and scientific-engineering activity

  • On a regional comparison Central-Hungary stands out

Distribution of Jeremie-funding among regions

Distribution of Jeremie-funding among industry sectors

Source: MV Zrt. (31.12.2012)


4 key conclusions and recommendations

4. Key conclusions and recommendations

  • Alignment of Jeremie-products and state supported financial instruments

  • Further fine-tuning of the institutional system, rules of procedures and monitoring

  • Consequent and transparent communication with intermediaries and beneficiaries

  • Initiation of new combined products, considering to include related grants and financial instruments whithin one priority axis

  • Simplification and extension of the guarantee programme


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