On Wednesday 18 January 2017, the EIB headquarters in Luxembourg will host a TEN-T seminar between the European Investment Bank, the European Commission and the European Coordinators of the core network corridors.
Mikolaj Dowgielewicz,Permanent Representative of the European Investment Bank in Brussels,is pleased to invite you to the “EIB Lunch Dialogue” “EIB’s External Lending Activity in the context of the EU Global Strategy” Wednesday, 11 January 2017at ...
What is required to close the productivity and investment gap in Europe? Where will efforts need to be stepped up? How can investment best boost innovation and productivity? How are (EU) financial instruments performing and what is their value added compared to national instruments? What has changed with the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI)? The focus of the debate will be on the key steps forward to close the investment gaps, to mobilise particularly private investment and hence ultimately to boost growth, innovation and productivity.
On Tuesday 13 December, the EIB organised a workshop in Brussels to update civil society stakeholders about the Bank’s climate finance tracking and GHG methodologies, with a particular focus on Energy, and discuss how these standards support the transition to low-carbon and climate-resilient economy.
On Friday 9 December, to mark the International Anti-Corruption Day, the EIB organised a stakeholder engagement workshop on integrity of large-scale projects in the Brussels office and, in parallel, an internal seminar on anti-corruption in Luxembourg.