Learn how to identify and overcome the challenges in investing in nature. This step-by-step guide will also show you how to put together investment propositions for natural capital and biodiversity-related projects.
This toolkit will help you identify the cost-saving and revenue-generating opportunities that nature could unleash for you, outlining practical ways for you to access finance to incorporate these solutions into your operations.
How can you integrate environmental and social dimensions in your projects to ensure they are sustainable?
This course explains the environmental and social (E&S) standards that apply to all of the EIB’s investment projects. Its focus is to help our financial intermediaries acquire the ability to manage E&S risks.
Why do financial sector development and financial inclusion matter for inclusive and resilient growth?
During this course, you will learn about the main challenges that private sector enterprises, including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), face accessing finance and how these challenges can be overcome by making financial products and services more attuned to the needs of the SMEs. The course will provide standard risk management methodologies for SME lending and review the use of technology in the financial sector.
From social housing to education and from small businesses to post-disaster recovery, we support regions and cities to stimulate the economy and improve their citizens’ quality of life. Find out more about what type of support we provide and who can benefit.
How can EU cities and regions make use of our funding and advisory services for their development projects? What role can the European Fund for Strategic Investments play to help municipalities and regional governments boost their investment?
This course will give you practical information and case studies on the Investment Plan for Europe and sustainable urban agenda projects, among others.
The EIB Investment Report 2019/2020: accelerating Europe's transformation points out the threat of the economic slowdown to investment.
Europe faces three historic challenges that must be addressed through reforms and more investment: revitalising the global competitiveness of the European economy, transitioning to a net-zero carbon economy, and ensuring that it really works for all European citizens.