The conference inaugurating the InvestEU Program in Poland will be held in a hybrid mode on May 20th. Poland is one of the leaders in terms of the use of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI).
Poland will participate in the implementation of its successor – the InvestEU Fund and other instruments of the InvestEU Program. A meeting will take part, with the most important institutions involved in this area: the European Commission, the European Investment Bank (EIB), the Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy, Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego and the National Contact Point for Financial Instruments of EU Programs.
The conference inaugurating the InvestEU Program in Poland will be held in a hybrid mode on May 20 this year. at. 12.30. Please submit your application to the following address: email@example.com, marked “online participation” / “stationary participation”, no later than May 17 this year. The organizer stipulates that selecting the “stationary participation” option does not guarantee the availability of seats in the room. Participants will be informed about the possibility of participating in the meeting in a stationary manner 24 hours before the start of the meeting (May 19, 12:30). In response to your application, you will receive access data to the event and (if selected) confirmation of your in-person participation.
Details of the InvestEU Program will be presented by the conference co-organizers: the European Commission, the Minister of Finance, Funds and Regional Policy, the European Investment Bank, Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego and the National Contact Point for Financial Instruments of the European Union Programs.
The InvestEU program aims to mobilize both private and public funds for investments of strategic importance to the economy. The program includes repayable support (including loans, guarantees or redemption of long-term bonds) and the InvestEU Advisory Center – substantive support for potential investment promoters and the InvestEU Portal – allows project promoters to search for investors. Financial InvestUE can be a good complement to the support that will be provided by EU subsidies and funds from the National Reconstruction Plan. The program also provides a dedicated repayable support mechanism for projects in Just Transition regions.