We kindly invite you to participate in the EAPB workshop ‘Public banks implementing financial instruments in EU Cohesion Policy within the multiannual financial framework (MFF)’, organised as part the 16th European Week of Regions and Cities. The workshop will take place in the:
Brussels Convention Centre (http://www.square-brussels.com/en/
The Building SQUARE - Room 314
Glass Entrance, Mont des Arts/Kunstberg
on October 10 from 14:30hs to 16:00hs.
The EAPB workshop will be organised as a moderated panel debate. The aim of the debate will be to give insight into financial instruments supporting the EU policy’s objectives in the context of EU Cohesion Policy and to share experiences gained on how public banks implement financial instruments to support the European regions and cities. With view on the MFF post 2020, challenges which need to be faced will be addressed.
The panel debate will involve representatives from EAPB Member Banks the EU Commission / the European Parliament.
The workshop intends to address 60 – 75 representatives, from national and regional governments from EU-Member States, EU Institutions, public banks and other financial institutions in Europe, as well as from various stakeholder organizations (banking sector, Industry and SME associations).
How to register:
- Please use the registration link to register for the workshop:
- Please go to filter ‘Organiser’ and select ‘European Association of Public Banks’. Click on ‘Refine results’.
- Click on ‘Public banks implementing financial instruments in EU Cohesion Policy within MFF’ and the "Add session" button. Once you are ready confirm your selection.
- Click on ‘Session list’ and add your email.
- You will have to provide your details including your ID card number
Due to necessary security measures, onsite registrations will not be allowed. Therefore all participants need to register online in advance. Registration deadline is 28/09/2018
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