Under certain conditions, they may represent a better way to spend public money as they offer two specific benefits: mobilising additional private and public money to complement initial public funding and re-using the same funds over several cycles.
The "EU Financial Instruments - A High-Level Conference 2016" will start at 10am CET, on 15 November 2016.
Speakers and panellists will discuss questions such as “how to implement financial instruments at a reasonable cost”, “how to attract capital from the private sector in a successful manner” and “how to ensure the revolving effect of these instruments”.
Luigi Amati, Co-Founder and CEO of META, will take part in the "Management fees and costs: How to implement financial instruments at a reasonable cost?" panel, moderated by Martin Weber, Director of Chamber II, European Court of Auditors.
Click here to read the full EU Financial Instruments - A High-Level Conference 2016 agenda.