On February 15, the European Committee of the Regions in co-operation with the European Association of Public Banks (EAPB) organised a lunchtime briefing, the discussion was on European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF): The role of regional and national promotional banks in bridging the investment gap.

The lunchtime briefing explored the role of regional and national promotional banks in addressing the investment gap at local and regional level with the support of ESI Funds. Two concrete examples of instruments designed for the specific needs of two regions illustrated the process of setting up and implementing financial instruments, as well as the benefits for the final beneficiaries and for the regional and national economy. EAPB was represented by the Hungarian Development Bank (MFB), and the German Public Banks (VÖB) was represented by the Investitionsbank Saxony-Anhalt.

Pictures from the lunchtime briefing are available here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/eapb/albums/72157706928801404

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