InnovFin can provide the right financing instrument for your research and innovation project.
Four key benefits
Donor partnerships enable us to tackle global challenges together and make a lasting difference in developing countries.
Financial instruments transform EU resources under the ESIF into financial products such as loans, guarantees, equity and other risk-bearing mechanisms.
The Mutual Reliance Initiative allows promoters of investment projects in EU partner countries to benefit from a larger project finance capacity.
Private Finance for Energy Efficiency (PF4EE) expands availability of financing for energy efficiency investments.
A financial instrument that supports biodiversity and climate adaptation projects
This facility will provide access to equity and debt financing to SMEs in the Mediterranean region.
Improving access to finance for SMEs remains one of the key challenges hindering inclusive and long-term growth in the region.
The largest source of grant finance for EIB mandates for blending outside the EU is the so-called ‘EU contribution’ contracted with the European Commission.
CEF Debt Instrument (CEF DI), a risk-sharing facility that mainly covers the transport and energy sectors.
Enhancing access to finance for small and medium agrifood businesses in Malawi
Boosting support for small businesses in Europe's neighbouring countries
The Neighbourhood Investment Platform (NIP) addresses critical funding gaps in the EU’s Southern and Eastern Neighbourhood.
The Asia Investment Facility is a regional blending facility supporting Asia’s transition to a green economy.
The Caribbean Investment Facility is a regional blending facility catalysing investment in the regional economy.
The Africa Investment Platform promotes sustainable growth and investment in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Latin America Investment Facility promotes investment and sustainable growth in Latin America.
Enhancing access to finance for businesses in Zambia’s agriculture and aquaculture sectors