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July 3, 2020

The EU Green Deal: shaping infrastructure impact investing

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In Short

Generali Global Infrastructure (GGI) Managing Partner Gilles Lengaigne and Senior Advisor Stéphane Voisin, discuss how the EU Green Deal is consolidating GGI’s impact investment strategy and, more broadly, the historic opportunity for infrastructure investors to engage in outcome-based investment approaches developed countries created a strong impact on consumers’ behaviors and habits that has ultimately affected the way companies run their businesses and distribute their products or services.
The EU Green Deal: shaping infrastructure impact investing
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A call for a profound transition backed by an unprecedented policy and funding plan

 

The European Green Deal calls for a profound change to accelerate the environmental and social transition, with significant commitments in terms of education and health, and the determination to generate long term positive impacts on the lives of citizens and businesses of the European Union. Far from contradicting or relaxing the ambition of this green strategy, the post COVID €750 billion EU “Next Generation” recovery plan is likely to add teeth to it by integrating a number of green “covenants” – as already applied by some member states – to supporting businesses and financing new projects.

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The EU Green Deal: shaping infrastructure impact investing
July 3rd, 2020

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