The EU-AITF’s main objective is to promote investment in infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa through various forms of grants which are blended with long-term investments by selected development finance institutions. In this way, the EU-AITF helps to mobilise additional finance for projects, thereby increasing access to energy, transport, water and communications services.
The EIB Group is a European leader in financing SMEs and midcaps. The EIB and EIF mobilise their financial and technical expertise to act as a catalyst for investment in this essential economic sector to achieve smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
This report summarises the discussions in the Working Group on Credit Guarantee Schemes in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (CESEE), established under the European Bank Coordination Initiative (EBCI, Vienna Initiative 2).
The EIB provides Technical Assistance (TA) in Europe and beyond. TA is to contribute to furthering EU policy objectives. The beneficiaries of TA include a variety of promoters: governments of partner countries; public utilities in the fields of infrastructure, water, energy, etc.; operators in the financial sector and private promoters.
The EIB is doing its bit to help scale-up different forms of financial support to facilitate the urgently needed transition to a low-emission and climate-resilient economy, as this edition of the EIB INFO seeks to show.
The Loan Guarantee Instrument for Trans-European Networks for Transport (TEN-T) Projects (LGTT) is a new financial instrument developed and funded jointly by the EC and the EIB. It is targeted at traffic risk during the ramp-up period in TEN-T projects, whose financial viability depends on utilisation-based income.
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