Brussels, 8 December 2021

AECM, EAPB, ELTI & NEFI Position Paper: Implementation of the GBER – efficient and pragmatic feedback to the ongoing GBER consultation P2021.12.08_-_AECM_EAPB_ELTI_NEFI_Joint_position_paper_GBER.pdfDF

Brussels, 1 October 2021

ELTI Position Paper: General comments to the revision of the EU Financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union PEU - Financial RegulationDF

Brussels, 5 March 2021

ELTI Position Paper: InvestEU - Saving the Additionality Principle PInvestEU - Saving the Additionality PrincipleDF

Brussels, 14 December 2020

ELTI & NEFI Position Paper: The implementation of the EU Taxonomy PThe implementation of the EU TaxonomyDF 

Brussels, 16 September 2020

ELTI Position Paper: Next Generation EU & Factsheets (Enterprises, Health, Renovation Wave, Infrastructure and Territorial Devel.) PNext Generation EU & Factsheets (Enterprises, Health, Renovation Wave, Infrastructure and Territorial Development)DF 

Brussels, 17 June 2020

AECM, ELTI & NEFI Position Paper: Overview of measures against the economic impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak PAECM, ELTI & NEFI Position Paper: Overview of measures against the economic impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreakDF

Brussels, 19 March 2020

ELTI Position Paper: NPBIs ready to fight the COVID-19 economic crisis PELTI Position Paper: NPBIs ready to fight the COVID-19 economic crisisDF

Brussels, 9 December 2019

ELTI Position Paper: Promotional Banks’ role in implementing the Paris Agreement PELTI Position Paper: Promotional Banks’ role in implementing the Paris AgreementDF

Brussels, 30 October 2019

ELTI Position Paper: EU Taxonomy PELTI Position Paper: EU TaxonomyDF

Brussels, 16 September 2019

AECM, EAPB, ELTI & NEFI Position Paper: Comments on the State of Play regarding InvestEU PAECM, EAPB, ELTI & NEFI Position Paper: Comments on the State of Play regarding InvestEUDF

Brussels, 13 February 2019

AECM, EAPB, ELTI, NEFI & SME United Position Paper: Comments on SME-related aspects of the proposed InvestEU ProgrammePAECM, EAPB, ELTI, NEFI & SME United position paper: Comments on SME-related aspects of the proposed InvestEU ProgrammeDF

Brussels, 7 December 2021

ELTI Brochure: Fit for Financing 55  PELTI_Brochure_-_Fit_for_Financing_55.pdfDF

Brussels, 18 June 2021

ELTI Brochure: Fight the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic  PELTI_Brochure_Final.pdfDF

Brussels, 6 July 2020

ELTI Press Release: PMV joins ELTI PPMV joins ELTIDF

Brussels, 28 April 2020

EUROFI Magazine: Investing in the Long-term by ELTI President Laurent Zylberberg PEUROFI Magazine: Investing in the Long-term by ELTI PresidentDF

Brussels, 14 April 2020

ELTI Press Release: Slovak Investment Holding (SIH) joins ELTI PELTI Press Release: Slovak Investment Holding (SIH) joins ELTIDF

Brussels/Paris, 2 April 2020

'Les Echos' Opinion: Face à l'urgence, préservons l'investissement de long termeVirus: long-term investment must be maintained P'Les Echos' Opinion: Face à l'urgence, préservons l'investissement de long terme / Virus: long-term investment must be maintainedDF

Brussels, January 2018

High-Level Task-Force on Social Infrastructure's Final Report - Boosting Investments in Social Infrastructure in Europe PHigh-Level Task-Force on Social Infrastructure's Final Report - Boosting Investments in Social Infrastructure in EuropeDF 

Full Report

Brussels, 26 January 2022

"Investing for the long term, a short-term emergency"

Bernard Attali and Laurent Zylberberg published this report which seeks to answer various questions including:

How can we invest for the long term in an increasingly uncertain environment, where signals are scrambled, chaotic and difficult to read? What can the logic of long-term investments be when recent history has turned the most rational economic calculations on their heads? How can we take into account all the effects of investment decisions when these effects are increasingly numerous and complex? Is it not the case that the high cost of investments for sustainable growth, which should have been made a long time ago, grows as those investments become increasingly necessary? Because the crisis requires an urgent response, to deal with the most critical situations, is it not becoming increasingly difficult to take into account the long term, whose effects are less immediate?

Although the research focuses on the situation in France, the work carried out in this research is intended to be broadened to encompass Europe as a whole for a study of greater depth and particularly within the European paradox: a group of highly interconnected economies where each economy of that group has strong individual features derived from history. PattalireportTF

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