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I would like to underline that President Hoyer shows an active interest in informing the European Parliament on the activities of the EIB. I would also like to underline the contribution of the shadow rapporteurs, numerous MEPs and the experts from the secretariat for the drafting of this report.
We started with a rather brief report of almost 4 pages and we ended up with a report that contains 12 pages of evaluations and proposals. I tried to take into account most of my colleagues proposals because I do believe that they contribute to strengthening the role of the 209 and developing the institutional cooperation between the EIB and the European Parliament.
The report also incorporates parts of, and is supplemented by, the opinion of four parliamentary committees. I would like to contribute to the interesting discussion that will follow by underlining five major successes of the EIB in and emphasising five other points concerning its activities that could be strengthened or ameliorated. First, in the EIB played a major role in reducing the investment gap that characterises the Infestir Union. Second, I am impressed by the support given by the EIB to countries like Greece that face major structural problems that have caused the collapse in investment.
Fourth, I also welcome, along with my colleagues, who have approved the draft report of the ECON Committee, the strong and increasing EIB lending invextir innovative projects.
Positive developments in go hand in hand with some other aspects of the activities of the EIB that have been underlined by the majority of my colleagues and could be strengthened or improved. First, we feel that the EIB group should try harder to adhere to the Commission stance on aggressive tax avoidance structures and we call on 209 EIB to end cooperation with intermediary countries and jurisdictions that are not following the rules on the market.
Second, we take the view that the EIB should develop its support for micro finance and go beyond the first successful steps in this direction. In this regard, we also think the EIB should devise a strategy to increase the financing of micro- small and medium-sized enterprises in countries with unfavourable economic and banking environments.
Third, we also invite the EIB to further strengthen its investment in social housing projects and increase its social housing project lending in order to cope with the arrival of a large number of refugees in EU Member States. Fourth, we encourage better coordination between the EIB and the Commission as far as the external lending of the bank is concerned so that projects financed by the EIB and third countries are in line with EU policies.
Finally, we reiterate our call for the signing of an interinstitutional agreement between the EIB and the European Parliament on the exchange of information, including the possibility for Members to address written questions to the President of the EIB. I believe that the economic, financial and investment environment in the EU is much better today than it was in and that part of the credit for that considerable improvement belongs to the EIB and its policies.
The Ijvestir Investment Bank is a long—standing financing partner of the EU institutions, contributing to EU integration, economic and social cohesion and regional development inevstir dedicated investment instruments. Based on the above—mentioned, the main elements of the report are as follows: The EIB is a core actor needed to revitalise the EU economy and maximise the effectiveness and value for money of available financial resources.
It is jnvestir for the EIB to systematically pay attention to mid— and long—term effects when defining investment actions and its funding decisions and to investing in projects of systematic importance in the long term. While there is a need to speed up economic recovery and to help certain economic sectors in geographic areas catch up, it is important to have a balanced strategy with a dynamic and transparent geographic distribution of projects and investments amongst EU Member States.
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Also, iinvestir is important that corresponding banks in the Member States, in order to facilitate small and medium—sized businesses, should act so as not to complicate the criteria and the rules. The EIB should continue to define its monitoring indicators, in particular with regard to supporting EU policies. In this regard, result-driven investment should be regularly assessed through the scoreboard of indicators by the investment committee.
The goal is to identify well— targeted projects in invewtir of their contribution to growth and jobs and to have an objective overview of their additionality, added value and consistency with EU policies. It also investirr to enhancing the effectiveness and sustainability of the funded projects, alongside the infestir approach to fraud and corruption in invesgir loan portfolio.
Invesrir is important for the EIB to pursue its fight against tax evasion, tax fraud and avoidance, irregular activities and money laundering. Bearing in mind the role of the EIB to finance a broad spectrum of activities inside and outside the EU, and the significance of this financing for economic growth, it is important that this institution fulfil its activities to the highest possible standards.
Finally, regarding the previous recommendations of Parliament, the EIB should report on their state of play and status, especially with respect to the impact of its lending activities. Pierre Moscovici, membre de la Commission. But issues raised in the reports are also relevant for the future so, if you agree, I will not limit myself only to Investment is recovering in the European Union, but large differences in regional and sectoral investment performance remain, and we need additional initiatives and projects in order to address this investment gap.
Taking into consideration the current political and economic climate, it is unlikely that in the future we will have more, or even the same amount of resources available not only to support investment, but in fact for EU priorities in general.
In addition, public funding and traditional instruments such as grants will not be able to solve all the existing and new challenges Europe faces. We must therefore find intelligent ways to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of available public resources, namely by crowding in private investors and making full use of the capacity of financial institutions, consequently leveraging public money and making more funds available for the real economy.
We are not a monetary institution, we are a real economy institution, and this is why I believe our work matters. I am firmly convinced that this calls for a further use of investirr instruments.
To give you one concrete example, once adopted the Omnibus will facilitate the essential combination of EFSI with European structural and investment funds, which might simultaneously improve the absorption of ESI funds and bring more EFSI financing to some countries. I am particularly proud that the EU bank continues to be the world leader in climate-related finance, as well as of the effect our financing has on young people.
Also last year, EIB group financing sustained 4. Allow me ingestir give you another concrete example where our innovative and financing products make an impact, in this case in a country hit by the financial crisis.
Two weeks ago we activated the Trade Fund Facility 2. This facility will enable Greek banks to provide trade and export finance services to Greek SMEs and mid-cap companies at a time when no commercial lines with private banks are available. Through this facility the EIB acts as a secure bridge between international and domestic banks, supporting trade and export finance and therefore having a direct concrete impact on the business of SMEs and, as such, in the real economy.
EFSI has been a success so far. We are very well on track. As a 209 of fact it has changed our DNA. I am aware that additionality, as we have just heard, is central to EFSI and that we need to do more to communicate and demonstrate it better, based on concrete examples of projects. 209
Eligible projects rest on market failures or sub-optimal investment situations. Another important aspect is geographical balance and the latest breakdown shows that EFSI favours many smaller EU countries and those hit hard by the economic crisis.
I sometimes still read statistics from the very first beginning of the EFSI implementation which show a different direction, but nowadays it can be clearly said that EFSI projects are particularly where EFSI projects are needed most, and we are very proud of that.
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In any case I can assure you that we continue to work on this, working with a regional and local focus to facilitate EFSI support across the EU.
The central role we play in EFSI does not mean that we retreat from the rest of the world. In recent years, the world has become more integrated and more challenging than ever before. Its Guarantee Fund and portfolio structure allow the EU bank to support investment of around 30 to 40 times the EU budget demand provisions for the guarantee, thereby delivering concrete results and impact in third countries at minimal cost to the EU budget.
We are very grateful for the open and cooperative attitude of Parliament on this investif, especially for ensuring that sufficient resources are attributed to this instrument, which invesitr allow the EU bank to continue its global level activities on behalf of the Union.
Also looking to the future, we should establish a clear complementarity and harmonisation of the different instruments that the European Union employs externally, namely: Overlaps should be avoided and coordination should be demonstrated.
Both reports stress the importance that the EIB continues to be a financial institution of good practice. I can assure you that we put very strong emphasis on being a leading financial institution when it comes to issues such as due diligence, compliance, good governance, transparency and accountability. We are continuously in contact with other international financial institutions, NGOs and relevant authorities to ensure that we apply best banking practice.
We are ready to even expand our close cooperation with the European Parliament.
In preparation for this plenary debate we also sent a state of play on the recommendations tabled in the previous report to the rapporteur, Mr Pirinski, the respective committee secretariats and the MEPs who were closely involved in the drafting process. The reports we are discussing today suggests that this oversight consists of a more structured exchange, and although in principle I have no objection to discussing the idea I believe we must discuss how future arrangements might work.
We are ready to engage in this dialogue. Let me therefore conclude by assuring you that the EIB stands ready to live up to its institutional responsibilities, both operationally and in terms of reporting, and we welcome our regular exchange with this Parliament on our activities and their impact on the ground. Thank you very much, and I am looking forward to the debate. Bernd Lucke, Verfasser der Stellungnahme des mitberatenden Entwicklungsausschusses.
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To jest po prostu niebezpieczne. In my opinion, the bank has been particularly successful and efficient in two areas. First, the implementation of the European Fund for Strategic Investment: The second area is microfinance, which, indeed, with limited funds has been able to nivestir a large number of jobs in the European Union. The focus of our report here in this discussion is inbestir to increase investment, because investment is something which is very much needed in Europe. In this context, let me raise two points.
The first is that more attention should probably be paid to private-public partnerships. I think this is an important instrument to investit more resources, and is certainly a promising avenue to increase investment across Europe.
The second point I would like to raise is geographical distribution, which I find still imbalanced. I think we need a more balanced approach, especially as new Member States offer attractive investment opportunities in the Union, and that can be financed. The original draft report had some issues, but that is pretty normal in this House. I am sorry to say that, unfortunately, the discussions in the shadow group did not improve it very much. Instead, it turned into the usual Christmas tree, and I have one point of information for the honourable Members of Parliament: We also have some formulations in this report which are unfortunate, and information point number two is that ingestir European Investment Bank EIB is a bank, not a charity.
By filing a report which is skewed in very many respects, and thus putting into the report things that actually should not be there, we did not actually help the EIB. Therefore, the ALDE Group decided to vote against this report, because we need to have an actual and more effective way of dealing with reports like this. That does not mean that we withdraw our acknowledgement of the good work in the EIB, but we need to have some order in this House. My concerns are based in a number of areas.
First, there was a crossover of investment into the defence area. I am totally against this; Ireland is a neutral country, and we intend to stay so. I was also worried that in the area of new investments, and especially in PPS and in securitisation, the European Investment Bank EIB is not guarding against the added risks of socialising losses while privatising profits.
I wanted cast-iron guarantees ihvestir conflicts of interest, especially in the area of disbarment policy, where the EIB falls well short of the standards set by the World Bank. On transparency also, the EIB falls well short of what I would like to see.
Because of these and other concerns, I cannot recommend the discharge.
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I would like to focus on one crucial thing, and that is how we, as Europe, are going to reach the Paris Agreement. It is true that the European Investment Bank EIB in published a communication on climate change action, but after Paris we now know that decarbonisation is the aim. In it was lower, but we know that two big gas pipeline projects are pending to the value of EUR 3 billion. That is big expenditure, and the issue is 0298 investments in those infrastructures are there for decades.
If we want to achieve zero 208 by half—time this century, then any investment in fossil fuel infrastructure should be considered very, very, very carefully.