The new programming period 2021 -2027 will soon finally be adopted. As the highly debated successor to the previous programming period, it brings with it a number of changes. In order to get you up to date, we have designed this symposium in a digital-friendly way.
Use the opportunity to gather valuable information on the changes and network with your colleagues from all over europe.

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This annual forum brings together hundreds of EU Funds experts from all over Europe and promotes an exchange of knowledge, experience and best practices between EU Institutions and Member States with regard to the correct management and control of European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF). With its unique character, this European Symposium provides an insight into EU Funds issues from a strategic as well as from a programme and management perspective.
Join our exclusive event and gain practical know-how on every relevant aspect of ESIF implementation. Get a comprehensive outlook on 2021-2027 and stay updated on important developments at European & national level.

What will be discussed at this symposium?

  • Major novelties and changes for the Programming Period 2021-2027
  • Programming for the new OPs for 2021-2027
  • The New role of the Paying Agency vs. previous Certifying Authority Tasks
  • The new Audit Trial from the European Commission
  • Best practices from member states for results based orientation and application of SCOs
  • European Court of Auditors perspective on the new Programming Period
  • Using Financial Instruments for ESF + - Recommendations from the European Investment Banks
  • State Aid Rules by the European Commission Outlook post 2020
  • Exchange with peers from all over Europe in our interactive sessions
  • Network with colleagues from Member States' Managing authorities, Audit Authorities, Intermediate bodies and further interesting institutions

Who is this symposium for?

The 15th European Annual Symposium EU Funds 2021 is a must-attend event for public officials such as Directors, Heads of Units, Managers, Auditors and other experts dealing with the management, certification and control of all EU Funds, especially from:

  • Managing Authorities
  • Certifying Authorities and Bodies
  • Audit Authorities
  • Intermediate Bodies
  • Paying Agencies
  • National Public Authorities
  • Regional and Local Governments, Municipalities
  • National and Regional Courts of Auditors
  • National and Regional Development Agencies
  • Public Banks and Private Banks
  • Beneficiaries of EU Funds