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ENSI: EIF and NPIs Securitisation Initiative

  •   Release date: 03 August 2017
ENSI is an arrangement between the European Investment Fund (EIF) and National Promotional Institutions (NPIs) – and more generally, economic development institutions in the EU - to stimulate SME lending via the capital markets. The initiative’s principal objective is to use securitisation techniques that will enable financial intermediaries to provide more funding to SMEs. Principally this will be through increased funding to the financial intermediaries; however ENSI could also ...
 

EIF Working Paper 2017/044, “Financing Micro Firms in Europe: An Empirical Analysis”, September 2017

  •   Release date: 19 September 2017
The vast majority of firms in Europe are micro firms. This EIF Working Paper investigates the financing patterns of these enterprises. Based on a large European company-level data set, the paper finds that micro firms differ in their financing patterns from small and medium-sized companies. The empirical results show that micro firms are more likely to use internal financing instruments, whereas they are less likely to use state subsidies, trade credit or asset-based financing instruments. ...
 

EIB Group Support for the Social Sector

  •   Release date: 31 May 2017
Since the EIB Group’s inception, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Investment Fund (EIF) have been contributing to European policy on growth and development through lending in support of the social sector – including health, cultural and creative industries, education and housing but also social enterprises and vulnerable groups. As a result of its critical importance to European development and well-being, social infrastructure support has gained a permanent ...
 

EIF Annual Report 2016

  •   Release date: 25 April 2017
The 2016 Annual Report reviews EIF’s achievements under the Investment Plan for Europe’s EFSI SME Window and its impact in the field of equity, guarantees and inclusive finance.
 

EIF Corporate Operational Plan 2017-2019

  •   Release date: 20 December 2016
EIF’s strategy is developed and implemented through its operational priorities, financial management and internal activity and processes. The Corporate Operational Plan (COP) formulates and quantifies these priorities and goals over three years and is central to the work of staff. One of the key priorities remains the continued efficient implementation of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI). EIF, as part of the EIB Group, is committed to working closely with the European ...
 

 
 

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