As stated by the EIB, the project refers to a Lending Envelope for investments comprising Thematic Venture Debt (Equity Type) operations eligible under the Thematic Innovation - Research, Innovation and Digitalisation Window (RIDW) InvestEU Window, including: 1.1. Health Innovation; 1.2. Future Tech; and 1.3 Areas of strategic importance, as well as any additional requirement defined by the specific financing sources part of the Envelope. The Lending Envelope will be implemented in EU Member States as well as other countries contributing to the InvestEU programme. The investments to be financed are expected to be implemented within the period 2024-2030, unless the facility is extended.
Lending Envelope under InvestEU RIDW Thematic Innovation aiming at providing venture debt finance to eligible counterparts in all InvestEU eligible countries.
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