The collaboration agreement supports the 'Finance for Millennials' initiative, a project led by financier Jordi Mabras and presenter Sergi Mas, to disseminate economic and financial information to universities. This new agreement strengthens the institute's commitment to promote financial education among young people, and complements the agreement that the ICF has held with the IEF (EFEC programme) for six years now.Read more
Cavtat, 11 April 2019 – HBOR hosted the meeting of the China-CEEC Inter-Bank Association, during which the members of the Association signed the Initiative aimed at strengthening the cooperation in the field of SME development.Read more
On 5 April 2019, ANFIR, the National Association of Regional Financial Institutions in Italy, co-organized a conference on “The State of play and the future perspectives for the use of financial instruments”, together with Finlombarda and the support of EAPB.Read more
The agreement signed today will target VC funds with a European focus based outside the region of Catalonia, with ICF committing a maximum of EUR 15 million to support investment in Catalonian companies. The Catalonian Institute of Finances (Institut Catalá de Finances, ICF) and the European Investment Fund (EIF) have signed an agreement to foster and improve access to funding by providing EUR 15 million to businesses located in Catalonia, a volume to be combined with EIF resources. The agreement was signed under the EIF-NPI Fund Underwriting Programme for public promotional institutions, aimed at supporting SMEs and mid-caps.Read more
For the second year in succession, NWB Bank has won the Environmental Finance bond award for best social bond. The prize was awarded following the successful issuance of the €600mln Affordable Housing Bond in November last year. Since 2017, NWB Bank has issued seven Affordable Housing Bonds Bonds with a total volume of €4.7 billion. As a result of this, NWB Bank is the world’s largest issuer of Social Bonds.Read more
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