Für soziale Dienste

  • Zugang zu Darlehen und private Investitionen
  • Zugang und besseres Verständnis des Investitionsplans für Europa, einschließlich des Europäischen Fonds für strategische Investitionen (EFSI)
  • Überprüfung, welche Option am besten für Ihre/Deine Bedürfnisse passt
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Investoren

    • Investieren in Dienstleistungen im Sozialbereich
    • Soziale Dienstleistungen und ihre Investitionserfordernisse besser verstehen
    • Überprüfen, wie der Investitionsplan für Europa Sie/Dich bei der Umsetzung Ihrer/Deiner Investitionsvorhaben in Soziale Dienstleistungen unterstützen kann
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Öffentliche Institutionen

    • Neue Lösungen für Investitionen in soziale Infrastruktur und Innovationen
    • Zugang und besseres Verständnis des EU Investitionsplans, einschließlich des Europäischen Fonds für strategische Investitionen (EFSI)
    • Überprüfung, welche Option am besten für Ihre/Deine Bedürfnisse passt
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Was ist Investitionsplan für Europa? Was ist der Europäische Fonds für Strategische Investitionen (EFSI)?

Der Investitionsplan für Europa ist eine wichtige Initiative, die von der Europäischen Union und der Europäischen Investitionsbank entwickelt wurde, um den Zugang zu Finanzierungen (Krediten und Darlehen) für Unternehmen, einschließlich sozialen Dienstleistungsanbietern, zu fördern.

Das wichtigste operative Instrument des Investitionsplans für Europa ist der Europäische Fonds für strategische Investitionen (EFSI).

EFSI erleichtert den Zugang zu und die Qualität von Darlehen und Krediten indem EU Geld als Sicherstellung für private Investoren dient. Bis heute hat EFSI 100.000en KMUs und Infrastrukturprojekten zu mehr (Anzahl) und besseren Krediten (Konditionen) verholfen, zum Beispiel zu niedrigeren Zinsen als ohne Intervention des EFSI.

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Was bedeutet der Investitionsplan für Europa für den Sozialbereich?

Der Investitionsplan für Europa ist ein wichtiges Instrument für soziale Dienstleistungsanbieter, Investoren und öffentliche Einrichtungen, die bessere Konditionen für Investitionen in der Privatwirtschaft suchen. Der Investitionsplan für Europa könnte soziale Investitionsprojekte unterstützen:

Beim Aufbau neuer Infrastruktur: Wohnen, REHA-Zentren, Tagesstätten etc.

Bei der Entwicklung von Humankapital: Aus- und Weiterbildung von Mitarbeiter/innen, etc.

Bei Innovationen in der Dienstleistungserbringung: Pilotversuche für neue Formen von Angeboten, digitalisierte Dienste, etc.

Welches Finanzierungsprogramm passt am besten

Bevorstehende Veranstaltungen

Neuigkeiten

Creation of the Steering Board for Social Infrastructure

18.12.2018
The main representatives of the social services, health, education, social housing and ageing sectors at European level have joined forces to help unlock investment into local innovative social infrastructure projects which would help to further improve the quality of service provision across the continent. This newly created Steering Board for Social Infrastructure brings together EASPD Housing Europe Eurohealthnet Lifelong Learning Platform FEANTSA AGE Platform The objective is clear: provide the EU institutions with a single point of contact with the different social sectors across Europe in order to develop policies which target the needs of the sectors involved and to build up the capacity of the different stakeholders involved. Helping ot build-up a pipeline of investment projects is also an important priority. In October 2018, the Steering Board for Social Infrastructure organised a launch event to present the new coalition, raise awareness about some of the bottlenecks to finance and pave the way for further investment. The Conference was also the opportunity to present the Steering Board's position paper on InvestEU, which was also followed up by a Scoping Note indicating where are the biggest investment needs for social infrastructure projects. The Steering Board is continuing its activities in 2019 to make sure the social sector's needs are known, respected and well-understood by all stakeholders involved.    

European Commission propose new InvestEU programme for next EU Budget

04.09.2018
The European Union is currently negotiating its next multi-annual financial framework (EU budget) for the period 2021-2027. As part of this framework, the European Commission has proposed to create the InvestEU programme, which will serve as an extension to the EU Investment Plan and, broadly speaking, function as a similar instrument: to help organisations get access to better loans. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union are currently negotiating with the European Commission on the InvestEU programme. Based on our engagement with national social service providers over the last few years, EASPD has actively played a role in supporting the design of InvestEU itself, as well as bringing fresh ideas into the current negotiation; outlined in the following documents: EASPD’s position on the next EU budget proposal Social Services Europe’s Initial Remarks on the EU budget proposal Social Services Europe’s position on the European Commission’s InvestEU proposal The Steering Board for Social Infrastructure’s Position Paper on the European Commission’s InvestEU proposal EASPD is continuing to monitor the ongoing negotiations and an analysis of the final agreement will be made available on this website.

Learn more about the Council of Europe Development Bank

01.04.2019
The Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) also provides decent loans and advisory support to social sector projects across Europe as a whole, not just the EU 28. The CEB targets in particular countries in Central, Eastern and South Europe, such as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova (Republic of), Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” and Turkey. Past projects invested in by CEB includes Finland – 2006: building new rented houses/apartments for youngsters with intellectual disabilities. €100 million EUR via Pohjola Bank. Romania – 2006: social centres for vulnerable children and families. €10mln to nat° gov. Slovenia – 2008: municipal investments in favour of the elderly. €30mln to reg° gov. France – 2014: financing the renovation, expansion & improvement of care centers for dependent population. €150 mln through BPCE Bank. Belgium – 2017: Financing renovation & expansion of retiring & nursing homes. €200 mln via Belfius Bank   For more information about how the Council of Europe Development Bank can help you, please Read EASPD's Briefing Note on the services the CEB offers (March 2019)