Maintaining a permanent and constructive dialogue on long-term financing with European financial institutions whilst representing, promoting and defending the shared interests of our Members. This includes informing the EU institutions on the role and potential of the Members as agencies for long-term financing and promoting convergence and common positions in response to consultations launched by the European Commission.
Developing the concept of long-term investment within the economic and financial sector whilst strengthening cooperation at an operational level, acting as long-term financiers and facilitating access between European and national financing schemes.
Strengthening the access of the Members to information on matters related to the EU and exchanging information and experiences amongst Members. This includes sharing the Association's interest and advice to the EU with regards to the promotion of long-term investment and informing its Members on the discussions, initiatives and measures conducted by the EU institutions.
Promoting academic research on long-term investments and exerting influence on EU Institutions by acting as a common interlocutor and Member spokesperson without prejudice to the separate freedom of expression of each Member. These include initiating and publishing research programmes and case studies and holding conferences on behalf of our Members.
Given the rapid changes our societies are undergoing and the 'short-termist' tendency of many economic and political actors, the need for long-term vision is more important than ever. The implementation of far-reaching global objectives such as building sustainable infrastructure for sustainable investment, fighting climate change or innovating in our resources consumption and in production technologies is not only an absolute necessity: it is also a path, in itself, to recovery from the current crisis on a new basis to avoid its return and ensure the well-being of future generations.
Let us measure with pride the road that we have travelled, ever since we decided together to promote long-term investments for the real economy in Europe.
Over the course of more than 30 conferences, we endeavored to capture the plurality of the dimensions of long term investment and brought at the same table key actors from too often separate worlds. European Commissioners, national and local representatives, representatives of the industrial, financial, social sectors and public investors joined together to discuss the investment needed in key sectors for the future of the EU - urban development, transport and energy infrastructures, digitalisation… - and assess solutions, in particular the roll-out of the Juncker Plan.
To mark the end of this legislature and celebrate together our achievements, we are very pleased to invite you to a cocktail on :
April 2, 18 :00 – 19 :30, PHS 12th floor – Restaurant
For external participants: 17:30 – 17:50 in front of the main entrance of the European Parliament (ASP Building)
On Friday 1st February, over 40 representatives from over 20 different EU NPBIs, IFIs and potential implementing partners met at the ELTI Office in Brussels where they debated for over 3 hours with the European Commission and the European Investment Bank.
Discussions focused on issues which required joint action with key topics ranging from the importance of real direct access for NPBIs in reducing the gap between local projects and European finance; the role of the EIB in the Member State compartment; the specificities of the InvestEU governance structure; the division of roles within the Advisory hub; the operational definition of InvestEU additionality; the thresholds within the ‘sustainability proofing’ discussion; clarifications behind the pari-passu financial contribution method; the conditions and costs associated with a COSME-type guarantee for SME financing and the role of the EIB and EU Commission regarding access to sensitive data of various implementing partners.Read more ...
Inframation is pleased to announce the launch of its 13th annual Infrastructure Investors Forum (IIF): Europe on 30th January 2019
Over 200 senior representatives from the infrastructure community will be present. Amongt these, fund managers, institutional investors, infrastructure corporates & developers, together with funders, advisors & government officials will discuss the businesscritical issues, challenges and opportunities facing the European infrastructure industry.Read more ...
Reducing the deficit of investment of social infrastructure in Europe, estimated at 100-150 billion euros per year, requires a collective response and increased mobilisation of financial resources.
This conference, taking place on 7 December 2018 will bring the main European stakeholders (European institutions, National and Local authorities, European Financial Institutions, National Promotional Banks, Social-sector providers, Private sector, and Academics) together to share ideas and experience in ways that inspire innovative solutions to Europe’s main challenge: its social cohesion.Read more ...
Brussels, 13 February 2019
AECM, EAPB, ELTI, NEFI & SME United position paper: Comments on SME-related aspects of the proposed InvestEU Programme PDF
Brussels, 24 September 2018
ELTI Position Paper: InvestEU: how to concretely deliver? PDF
Brussels, 11 June 2018
AECM, EAPB, ELTI & NEFI Position Paper: Financing Energy Efficiency measures in buildings - 'Reflections on the creation of a coherent approach in a multi-level governance system PDF
Brussels, 26 March 2018
ELTI Position Paper: Financial instruments in the next MFF - The way forward regarding the single fund, direct access for NPBIs and the single rule book PDF
Brussels, January 2018
High-Level Task-Force on Social Infrastructure's Final Report - 'Boosting Investments in Social Infrastructure in Europe PDFRead more ...
An Assonime-CEPR Research Project - Restarting European Long Term Investment Finance (RELTIF), sponsored by Emittenti Titoli PDFRead more ...
Basel, August 2014
Bank for International Settlements (BIS) - Monetary & Economic Department - Working Paper No 454: Understanding the challenges for infrastructure finance by Torsten Ehlers PDFRead more ...
CEPII Policy Brief No 4 July 2014 - A New Architecture for Public Investment in Europe: The Eurosystem of Investment Banks and the Fede Fund by Natacha Valla, Thomas Brand & Sebastian Doisy PDF
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