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EU Funding Options and Financial Instruments 2014 - 2020. Presentation made from European Commission & EIB presentations. EUSDR Relevant Funding Options. ENPI. Other Funding Sources. IPA. EU Cohesion Funding. ERDF. Cohesion Fund. European Social Fund. ETC (Objective III).

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eu funding options and financial instruments 2014 2020

EU Funding Options andFinancial Instruments 2014 - 2020

Presentation made from European Commission & EIB presentations

eusdr relevant funding options
EUSDR Relevant Funding Options

ENPI

Other

Funding Sources

IPA

EU Cohesion Funding

ERDF

CohesionFund

European Social Fund

ETC

(Objective III)

Convergence

(Objective I)

RegionalCompetitiveness and Employment

(Objective II)

National

National

Regional

Regional

Cross-border

EU Wide

networking

Transnational

danube region relevant funding sources
Danuberegion relevant fundingsources

18 Cross-border

co-operation Programs

3 Transnational

Co-operation Programs

11 EIB-linked facilities

and instruments

15 regional Programs

under Convergence Objectives

4 national Programs

under Regional Competitivenaess

and Employment Objectives

Danube Region Relevant Funding Sources

– at least 106 programmes

8 IPA Cross-border Co-operation Programs with MSs

6 IPA Cross-borderco-operation Programs forAccession Countries

32 National Programs

underConvergenceObjectives

4EU-wide

networkingprograms

3 ENPI Cross-border 3rd Country Programs

Other FundingSources

13 Regional Programs

under Regional Competitiveness

andEmploymentObjectives

Bucharest, 30.01.2012

slide4

Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020 - a package of funds

A single package comprising:

  • European Social Fund (ESF)
  • European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
  • European Agricultural and Development Fund (EARDF)
  • European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF)
  • Cohesion Fund (CF)
slide5

"Structural and Investment Funds" 2014-2020 – shared management

EU level

EU LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE (Regulations)

ERDF, ESF, CF, EAFRD, EMFF

National level

PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT

ERDF, ESF, CF, EAFRD, EMFF

Operational Programmes for ERDF

Rural development programmes (EAFRD)

Operational Programmes for (EMFF)

Operational Programmes for ESF

National or regional level

Operational Programmes for CF

Multifund Operational Programmes for ERDF, ESF, CF

structural and investment funds 2014 2020 key principles
Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020 – key principles

Principles guiding design of new funds:

  • Align EU cohesion policy more closely to the Europe 2020strategy
  • Geographical concentration in less developed regions (as now)
  • Increased thematic concentration in individual programmeson limited number of priorities
  • Investments part of broader, well-founded strategies(ex-ante conditionality)
  • Simplify implementation and improve links with other EU programmes
slide8

Thematic Objectives (with links to Europe 2020)

  • Research & innovation
  • Information and communication technologies (ICT)
  • Competitiveness of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
  • Shift towards a low-carbon economy
  • Climate change adaptation & risk prevention and management
  • Environmental protection & resource efficiency
  • Sustainable transport & removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructures
  • Employment & supporting labour mobility
  • Social inclusion & combating poverty
  • Education, skills & lifelong learning
  • Institutional capacity building & efficient public administrations

  • R&D target
  • Climate change/energy target
  • Employment target

  • Poverty target
  • Education target

financing o ptions eu national ifis
Financing Options (EU, national, IFIs)

Financial operations and instruments in support of EU policies

  • The Commission encourages the financing of investment in European enterprises and industries through a wide range of financial programmes and instruments.
  • DG ECFIN is in charge of implementing a number of these programmes and instruments for financing investment from the Community budget. The funding is channelled through international financial institutions (IFIs) and through specialised programmes (e.g. for SMEs and Trans-European Networks).The main participating IFIs: the European Investment Bank (EIB) Group, including the European Investment Fund (EIF), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) in co-operation with the KreditanstaltfürWiederaufbau (KfW).DG ECFIN ensures the necessary coordination between the Commission and the EIB Group and the EBRD, and is represented on the governing bodies of these institutions.
eu financial instruments why
EU Financial Instruments - why?
  • A political priority (Europe 2020 , Communication on a Budget for Europe 2020)
  • Effective way to support Europe 2020 objectives of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth
  • 3 types of benefits
    • Financial leverage – multiplication of scarce budgetary resources by attracting additional finance
    • Policy impact – financial intermediaries pursue EU policies
    • Institutional know-how – EU can use the resources and expertise of financial intermediaries
slide11

EU Financial Instruments – when ?

Project characteristics

Funding instruments

High-Medium Financial Profitability,

Low risk

Commercial loan,

(Including EIB loan)

National public funds

Joint

Instrument

e.g. credit

enhancement

Positive

Economic rate of returns

Potential

Blending area

High-Medium Financial Profitability/

High risk

Low or negative financial profitability

Cohesion

Agri

Research

IPA/ENI

EU budget

grant

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what are eu financial instruments
What are EU Financial Instruments ?
  • Equity / riskcapital: e.g. venturecapitalto SMEs withhighgrowth potential orriskcapitaltoinfrstructureprojects.
  • Guaranteestofinancial intermediaries thatprovidelendingto e.g. infrstructureprojects, SMEs, people in riskofsocialexclusion.
  • Other risk-sharingarrangementswithfinancial intermediaries in order toincreaseleveragecapacityof EU funds.
  • Or a combinationoftheabovewithoterof EU financialassistance.