Mef-Cdp: Patrimonio Relaunch to support businesses – Ultima Ora

Mef-Cdp: Patrimonio Relaunch to support businesses – Ultima Ora
Mef-Cdp: Patrimonio Relaunch to support businesses – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – ROME, 02 JUL – Patrimonio Relaunch is operational, the instrument of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, managed by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, to support Italian companies with turnover exceeding 50 million euros. Mef and Cdp announce it.

The measure, extraordinary and temporary, is managed by Cdp within a completely autonomous and separate patrimony from its own.

“With Patrimonio Relaunch – explains Cdp – we support the capitalization of medium-large Italian companies affected by the Covid-19 emergency.

The tool, powered by resources from the Ministry of Economy and Finance and managed by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, provides a range of solutions to meet the needs of capital strengthening, with fully digital, rapid and simplified request and evaluation processes.

The initiative is reserved for Italian joint-stock companies, both listed and unlisted, with a turnover of more than 50 million euros.

Patrimonio Relaunch provides for the following areas of operation: National Temporary Support Fund: temporary interventions in companies that have suffered impacts deriving from the Covid-19 emergency, consistent with the measures envisaged by the European Commission in the “Temporary Framework for State aid measures in support of the economy in the current Covid-19 emergency “. There is also the National Strategic Fund: long-term investments, with the involvement of other market investors, in companies with solid growth prospects, to support their development plans. There is also the National Company Restructuring Fund for interventions in companies characterized by temporary capital and financial imbalances, but with adequate prospects of future profitability “.

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