Investment Plan for Europe: new guidelines on combining European Structural and Investment Funds with the EFSI
The Commission, in partnership with the European Investment Bank (EIB), explains how to best combine the funds.
The Juncker Commission’s top priority is to get Europe growing again and to increase the number of jobs without creating new debt. The European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) – the heart of the Investment Plan for Europe - and European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) both play a crucial role in creating jobs and growth.
A brochure published today is designed to help local authorities and project promoters make full use of the opportunities of combining the EFSI and ESI Funds. These two instruments have been designed in a different but complementary way in terms of rationale, design, and legislative framework. They reinforce each other.
The brochure provides an overview of the possible combinations of EFSI and ESI Funds, either at project level or through a financial instrument such as an investment platform. It will be enriched with the experience drawn from concrete cases and feedback received from stakeholders.
For more information:
- Press Release
- Frequently Asked Questions
- European Structural and Investment Funds and European Fund for Strategic Investments complementarities: Ensuring coordination, synergies and complementarity
- ESI Funds Open Data Platform
- Investment Plan for Europe
- @jyrkikatainen @CorinaCretuEU @EIBtheEUbank #InvestEU
- Contribution of the European Structural and Investment Funds to the Commission's priorities