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Kynning Sigurðar Gunnarssonar frá Nor-Tek teknologisenter á fjármögnum á vegum EU

Kynning Sigurðar Gunnarssonar frá Nor-Tek teknologisenter á fjármögnum á vegum EU

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  • 1. Financing Bankable Projects
    • Co-financing from European Structural Funds (grants – non repayable)
    • Loans from European Investment Bank
    • Guarantees or other support from European Investment Fund (EIF)
    • Private investors
    • Financial engineering in the form of Public Private Partnerships
  • 2. Financing Possibilites
    • European Investment Bank
      • European Investment Fund
        • Jeremie
    • Nordic Investment Bank
    • Private Banks
    • Private Equity Funds
    • Private Investors
  • 3. European Investment Bank www.eib.org
  • 4. European Investment Bank
    • Non-profit organization owned by the 27 EU members
    • The EIB operates like a development bank, raising its resources on the financial and capital markets, mainly through bond issues or other specialised capital market operations
  • 5. European Investment Bank
    • Mission
    • EIB’s Mission is to further the objectives of the EU by making long-term finance available for sound investment.
  • 6. European Investment Bank
    • Mission (continue)
    • EIB’s Mission is to further the objectives of the EU by making long-term finance available for sound investment.
    • EIB is at the service of the Union
    • EIB provides service and value-added
      • Through appraisal and follow-up of investment projects and programmes
        • Project must be economic, technical, environmental, and financial viable
      • Through financing
  • 7. European Investment Bank
    • Mission (continue)
    • EIB offers first-class terms and conditions
    • EIB works in partnership with others
      • Its policies are established in close coordination with the Member States and the other EU Institutions.
    • EIB attracts qualified and multi-lingual staff from all the Member States
  • 8. European Investment Bank
    • Supports EU objectives
    • Stimulating investment by SMEs
    • Cohesion and convergence
    • Global warming
    • Environmental protection and sustainable communities
    • Sustainable, competitive and secure energy
    • The knowledge economy
    • Trans-European networks
  • 9. European Investment Bank
    • EIB offers five main services
    • Loans
    • Technical Assistance
    • Guarantees
    • Venture Capital
    • Microfinance
  • 10. European Investment Bank
    • EIB offers five main services (1)
    • Loans to both public and private programmes and projects - Clients are SME, LE, municipalities
      • Project >25 million EUR
      • EIB finances a maximum of 50% of the total cost
  • 11. European Investment Bank
    • EIB offers five main services (1)
    • Loans to both public and private programmes and projects - Clients are SME, LE, municipalities
  • 12. European Investment Bank
    • EIB offers five main services (1)
    • Loans to both public and private programmes and projects - Clients are SME, LE, municipalities
    • Iceland
  • 13. European Investment Bank
    • EIB offers five main services (2)
    • Technical Assistance
      • enhance project quality and success rate
      • increase the efficiency and success rate
      • complement other financial products
  • 14. European Investment Bank
    • EIB offers five main services (3)
    • Guarantees
      • Higher value-added
      • Lower capital charges - EIB guarantees provide a zero risk
      • Weighting to the guaranteed obligation
    • Microfinance – Indirectly through professional and socially-committed microfinance intermediaries
  • 15. European Investment Bank
    • EIB offers five main services (4)
    • Venture Capital – Indirectly through intermediary
      • Venture capital funds
      • Security packages for such funds
      • Conditional and subordinated loans
    • Goes through the European Investment Fund
    • www.eif.org
  • 16. European Investment Fund
  • 17. European Investment Fund
    • Intermediated loans
    • Lines of credit or indirect loans designed to permit the financing of projects with a total investment cost of less than EUR 25 million
    • An EIB credit line may finance up to 50% of the total cost of any project or, in certain case, the 100% of the loan granted by the intermediary bank.
    • Lending decisions under these schemes remain with the financial intermediaries.
    • Goes through the European Investment Fund
    • www.eif.org
  • 18. European Investment Fund
    • EIB Group's specialist provider of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) risk finance across Europe
    • EIF is owned by the European Investment Bank
    • Indirect financing to SMEs through a wide range of financial institutions, banks and venture capital funds involved in SMEs funding
  • 19. European Investment Fund
    • Equity Products
    • Invest in venture capital and growth funds, mezzanine funds that support SMEs
    • Covers technology transfer and business incubators
    • Technology Transfer
    • Venture Capital, Lower, mid-market funds, Mezzanine funds
  • 20. European Investment Fund
    • Debt Products
    • Loan to financial intermediaries, such as banks, mutual guarantee funds, leasing companies and special purpose vehicles providing funding to beneficiary SMEs.
    • Portfolio Guarantees & Credit enhancement
    • Microfinance
  • 21. European Investment Fund
    • JEREMIE stands for Joint European Resources for Micro to Medium Enterprises.
    • It is a joint initiative of the European Commission with EIF and European Investment Bank (EIB) to promote SME access to finance and financial engineering products in regions.
  • 22. European Investment Fund
    • The JEREMIE Holding Fund can provide to selected financial intermediaries SME-focused financial instruments including
      • Guarantees, co-guarantees and counter-guarantees, equity guarantees
      • (micro) loans
      • Export‑credit insurance
      • Securitisation
      • Venture capital, Business Angel Matching Funds and investments in Technology Transfer funds.
  • 23. European Investment Fund
    • The JEREMIE initiative allows, national and regional authorities can opt to deploy money made available by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) in the form of market-driven financial instruments
  • 24. Nordic Investment Bank www.nib.int
  • 25. Nordic Investment Bank Mission The Nordic Investment Bank promotes sustainable growth of its member countries by providing long-term complementary financing, based on sound banking principles, to projects that strengthen competitiveness and enhance the environment.
  • 26. Nordic Investment Bank
    • NIB lends to
    • Large energy projects
    • Investments in infrastructure such as transport
    • Large investments by the corporate sector such as in the improvement of manufacturing processes and in research and development
    • Financing through intermediaries for the operations of small and medium-sized enterprises.
  • 27. Nordic Investment Bank
  • 28. Private Banks
    • Domestic banks
    • Landsbankinn
    • Íslandsbanki
    • Arionbanki
    • Others
    • Can act as facilitors to gather private investors and perhaps act as an intermediary.
  • 29. Private Banks
    • Foreign banks
    • Focus on banks that specilize in resources, tourism, renewable energy, education, research, etc.
  • 30. Private Equity Funds
    • Usually specilized.
    • Thule Investment
    • Auður
  • 31. Private Equity Funds
    • The End
    • Contact Info r mation
    • Sigurdur Sævar Gunnarsson
    • +354 6966873
    • +47 48176073
    • Skype siggi.gunnarsson
    • [email_address]