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EIF Annual Report 2023

  •   Release date: 25 April 2024
This past year has seen the EIF mobilise more than €134bn for the real economy, making it our second most ‘productive’ year in terms of commitments. But the numbers only tell part of the story, as the essence of our work lies in the impact behind them: improved competitiveness, support for innovative entrepreneurs and digitalisation, social impact, greater sustainability and support for the green transformation. With a multitude of challenges on the horizon, not least the ...

Investment barriers in the European Union 2023

  •   Release date: 27 February 2024
Discover key insights from the Investment barriers report 2023, an authoritative assessment by the European Investment Bank Group on investment hurdles in the European Union. The report underscores the pivotal role of investment in the economy while meticulously detailing the constraints that impede investment at the national and EU level. This year’s report takes a particular look at the role of commercial power purchase agreements in renewable energy projects, climate resilience ...

Operational Plan 2024-2026

  •   Release date: 22 December 2022
The Operational Plan formulates and quantifies the EIF’s operational priorities and strategic goals over three years and is central to the work of staff.

EIB Group 2022 Climate Bank Roadmap Progress Report

  •   Release date: 03 July 2023
The 2022 Climate Bank Roadmap (CBR) progress report provides an update on the second year of implementation of the EIB Group’s CBR 2021-2025, which operationalised the EIB’s 2019 Climate Bank commitments. The report covers progress in 2022 across the four workstreams of the CBR, including on the first year of implementation of the EIB Climate Adaptation Plan and Group Paris Alignment of Counterparties (PATH) Framework. The report also covers EIB Group support to the REPowerEU plan, ...

The Complaints Mechanism: an accountability tool for the EIF

  •   Release date: 09 June 2023
Complaints are critical in ensuring an organisation and its activities are accountable to the beneficiaries it intends to serve, namely the small and medium size business for EIF. The independent Complaints Mechanism (CM) within the EIB Inspectorate General enables citizens, businesses and civil society to make their voices heard regarding EIB Group operations or activities. Complaints must be acknowledged, assessed and responded to. Within the framework of complaints received from external ...
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