We offer a diverse range of financial services, from direct investments in business models, technologies and geographies where other investors have not been able to operate at the desired scale given their resources and investment criteria, to supporting European DFIs in accelerating the development of high-priority sectors, and by derisking high-risk markets and projects.
Unlock, accelerate and leverage sustainable agriculture finance.
The Agriculture Financing Initiative (AgriFI) is an innovative EU-funded blending facility supporting investments with a value chain approach focusing on smallholder’s inclusiveness and/or agri-business medium, small and micro enterprises (MSME).
Investments or Market Development Facilities have a goal to fulfil a long-term financing gap while stimulating private sector’s expansion in specific sectors without crowding out other financiers: high leverage & additionality are at the core of our activities.
Ensuring a global transition towards renewable energy
The Electrification Financing Initiative (ElectriFI) is a blending facility funded by the European Union and managed by the EDFI Management Company.
We support several EFSD+ Guarantee proposals approved by the European Commission, where we provide guarantees to qualified European DFIs for their support of small businesses in determined areas and sectors.
EDFI MSME platform
EDFI Micro, small and medium enterprise guarantee
This EDFI MSME platform is expected to enable EDFIs to invest €200 million of their own financing into local lenders aiming to generate over €500 million of MSME finance.
European Financing Partners (EFP) and the Interact Climate Change Facility (ICCF), are joint ventures between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and several European DFIs. EFP and ICCF aim at promoting private sector sustainable development and strengthen the cooperation between European Development Finance Institutions and the EIB.
The Interact Climate Change Facility
The ICCF is a joint-venture between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and several European Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) seeking to promote the use of renewable energy and clean technologies as well as energy efficiency in developing and emerging countries by providing long-term financing.
European Financing Partners
EFP is a joint venture between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and several European Development Finance Institutions (DFIs). It is a co-financing vehicle established in 2003 to promote sustainable development of the private sector and strengthen co-operation between eligible European DFIs and the EIB.