International Conference European Funds 17th Annual Symposium 2023


27.03.2023 - 29.03.2023
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Exchange with peers from all over Europe! Current Challenges and Opportunities for ESI Funds

How does the future of European Structural Investment Funds (ESIF) look like? Will the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) 2021–2027 and the Recovery Plan reach their objectives? How to translate high-level political strategies into concrete action? These are some key concerns for all stakeholders involved in the management and implementation of ESIF funds.


The symposium brings together EU Funds experts in order to promote an exchange of knowledge, experience and best practices between EU institutions and Member States. Join us in Berlin to gain and exchange knowledge on the management and control of ESI Funds in 2021-2027.


The focus is on:

  • Next Generation EU vs Cohesion Policy
  • Financial Instruments in 2021 - 2027
  • Technical Assistance and Simplified Cost Options in 2021-2027
  • How to Embed Environmental Goals in Programmes and Projects
Event:17th Annual European Funds Symposium 2023
Period:27.03.2023 - 29.03.2023
3 Days, whole day
Venue:Hotel AMANO Grand Central, Berlin, Germany
Price:
1489,– Price for only 2 days
1189,– Early Bird till 20.01.2023
1789,– Price for 2 days + intense workshop (3 days)
1489,– Early Bird till 20.01.2023
All Prices are in Euro and excluding VAT (19 %).

More details about this event:

We deepen your knowledge

  • Receive the latest information on developments regarding the current programming period 2021-2027
  • Use this unique opportunity to benefit from the experience of other Member States
  • Develop networks and contacts with experts, members of European Institutions and significant European partners at this all-encompassing EU Funds event

Who is this seminar for?

  • 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
  • Universities
  • Consulting Companies, Advisory and Audit Services and other institutions and stakeholders dealing with management and control of EU Funds

Already confirmed speakers:

Mark Schelfhout
Mark SchelfhoutHead of Unit Audit of the Recovery and Resilience Facility, European Commission
Oana Cristea
Oana CristeaHead of Unit, Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration , General Directorate for EU Territorial Cooperation, Romania
Martin  Weber
Martin WeberDirector of the Audit Chamber II, European Court of Auditors
Louis Vervloet
Louis VervloetGeneral Director, ESF-Agency Flanders
Andreas  Schwarz
Andreas SchwarzDirector MFF and EU Revenues, DG Budget, European Commission
Nataša Prah
Nataša PrahHead of Unit, Ministry of Finance, Slovenia
Merike Niitepõld
Merike NiitepõldHead of Managing Authority Central Baltic Programme, Regional Council of South-West Finland