According to EIB website, the project consists of a framework loan financing Circular Economy projects carried out by SMEs and Midcaps in line with Intesa Sanpaolo's Circular Economy programme. It comprises a multi-scheme Framework Loan in Italy to co-finance projects that support the circular transition. These projects, to be carried out in various sectors such as food, energy, mobility, fashion, built environment, consumer goods and industrial manufacturing, will also represent several circular business models, ranging from resource recovery to product-to-service and leasing/sharing models.
Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A. provides various banking products and services. It operates through Banca dei Territori, Banking, Internat Subsidiary Banks, Private Banking, and Asset Management business units. The company offers lending and deposit products; corporate, investment banking, and public finance services; industrial credit, factoring, and leasing services; asset management solutions; life and non-life insurance products; and bancassurance and pension fund, and fiduciary services.
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