AECM, Asociación Europea de Instituciones de Garantía
Noticias de nuestros miembro
The European Investment Fund and Bpifrance have signed on February 1st a guarantee agreement – the first in France supported under the new Cultural and Creative Sectors Guarantee Facility from the EU’s Creative Europe programme.
The European Union’s support allows Bpifrance to create a new financing product (Prêt Industries Créatives) which will target a portfolio of EUR 30 million of loans to companies over the next two years. More than 200 SMEs in the cultural and creative sectors (including film, theatre, video game production, music and performance, and editorial sectors) are expected to access this new programme which will be available in June this year. Read more
Innovative entrepreneurs have received loans in the amount of PLN 457 m thanks to guarantees granted by Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (Poland). In the last year innovative entrepreneurs could receive free guarantees offered by BGK. More than PLN 250 m from the Guarantee Fund has enabled companies to raise financing from commercial banks in the amount of PLN 457 m. PLN 250 m funding came from the (untapped) funds from Innovative Economy Operational Programme. Read more
The European Investment Fund (EIF) and the National Guarantee Fund EAD (NGF) have signed an agreement that will release an additional EUR 40 million for Bulgarian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) under the European Commission’s COSME programme. This transaction benefits from the support of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), the heart of the Investment Plan for Europe. Read more
More than a year after the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) was set up, Bpifrance applauds the initial results of the Investment Plan for Europe (IPE), as regards the SME window in particular. Read more
The European Investment Fund (EIF), Artigiancredito Toscano (ACT) and five guaranteeing institutions (‘confidis’), have signed an umbrella agreement in Italy under the European Commission’s COSME programme. This transaction benefits from the support of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), the heart of the Investment Plan for Europe. Read more
Nuestros eventos selecionados
The 13th INSME Annual Meeting on “Improving Productivity in SMEs and Their Role in Global Value Chains” will take place from the 15th to the 17th of May 2017 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and co-organized with INADEM – the National Institute of the Entrepreneur of Mexico.
May 19 2017
Joint conference of the European Commission and European Central Bank on European Financial Integration
Once a year, the European Commission and the European Central Bank organise a joint conference on financial integration in Europe. The 2017 conference will be held in Brussels on 19 May and will focus on the latest developments of the financial sector, as well as Banking Union and the Capital Markets Union as catalysts for further financial integration in Europe.
2/3 November 2017
Global SME Finance Forum in Berlin
The two-day event comprising of senior executives from commercial banks, development finance institutions, fintech companies, as well as regulators will focus on balancing SME growth and security.
22-24 November 2017
SME Assembly Estonia
The 2017 SME Assembly will take place in Tallinn, as the flagship event of the European SME Week
La AECM cuenta con 41 organizaciones miembros activos en 21 Estados miembros de la UE, en Bosnia y Herzegovina, Kirghizistan, Rusia y en Turquía.
Sus miembros son sociedades de garantía recíproca, otras sociedades privadas de garantía e instituciones públicas, tales como fondos de garantía y bancos de desarrollo con una división de garantía.
Tienen el objetivo común de otorgar garantías al crédito en beneficio de PYME que, aun disfrutando de una situación económica saneada, no cuentan con los avales necesarios para que los bancos les concedan financiación.
En 2013, las organizaciones miembros de la AECM disponían de un volumen total de garantías en cartera de más que 76.000 millones de euros y concedieron nuevas garantías por un total de más que 25.000 millones de euros.