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EU Funding

EU Funding is a sensible alternative to traditional methods of financing. It promotes innovation and sustainable development, improves chances for education and regional growth; and creates incentives for new employment.

EU regulations and directives need to be carefully observed

The national and regional administration of EU Funding is subject to uniform EU-wide regulations. These regulations implementation can prove especially challenging in terms how they are applied and how funding can be taken up more efficiently. It is our aim to simplify these regulations and their practical application. The European Academy for Taxes, Economy & Law supports administrative authorities throughout Europe in implementing these rules and regulations so that applicants for funding from all parts of Europe make progress and benefit from the Academy’s special training courses.

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lang_en 01. June 2015 - 02. June 2015, Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte

The ESI Funds have been redirected to fulfill special requirements and needs of the European Union until 2020. This means that there are new requirements to meet when applying for ESI funding.

lang_en 01. June 2015 - 03. June 2015, Maritim Hotel Berlin

The new EU Directives on Public Procurement implicate a number of modifications and bring in some significant changes, particularly to the range of contracts subject to the EU public procurement regime.

lang_en 25. June 2015 - 26. June 2015, Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte

The practical introduction of eCohesion systems requires Member States to establish electronic data exchange systems which allow the exchange of all information between Managing, Certifying and Audit Authorities as well as Intermediate Bodies, on the one hand, and beneficiaries, on the other hand, to take place electronically.

lang_en 29. June 2015 - 01. July 2015, Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte

With the start of the new programming period 2014-2020 new regulations and rules regarding financial management, control and audit have been introduced. On the basis of the Common Provisions Regulation, Fund-specific rules as well as delegated and implementing acts EU-Member States have created and set up management and control systems for the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) 2014-2020.

lang_en 02. July 2015 - 03. July 2015, Arcotel John F

Revenue generating projects under Art 61 of the Regulation (EC) 1303/2013 are projects that generate net income after their completion. These include investments in infrastructure which generate direct incomes (net revenues) for their utilisation.

lang_en 06. July 2015 - 07. July 2015, Arcotel John F

For the new Programming Period 2014-2020, the European Commission pays increased attention to communication as well as to results and outcomes in European Investment and Structural Funds (ESI Funds). Managing Authorities or intermediate bodies have to carefully set up communication plans, in order to raise participation and ensure high quality projects as well as to make public investment more visible and transparent.

lang_en 24. August 2015 - 25. August 2015, Arcotel John F

2015 is a crucial moment for experts dealing with EU Funds. Most Operational Programmes have been published, so that it is time to start new projects and write new project proposals in the current programming period 2014-2020. The Commission emphasises an increased use of financial instruments and aims at simplified and more coherent solutions.

lang_en 26. August 2015 - 28. August 2015, Arcotel John F

EU Funds Project Managers have to deal with several challenging management tasks specific to EU Funds. Their work refers to different aspects and phases of project and programme management which require a high level of expertise.

lang_en 27. August 2015 - 28. August 2015, Maritim Hotel Berlin

The European Union is striving for energy independence. As a consequence, increasingly more money gets allocated to the funding and financing of private and public energy projects in Europe. This includes increased funding in development cooperation and collaboration with potential Candidate Countries as well.

lang_en 27. August 2015 - 28. August 2015, Maritim Hotel Berlin

The European Union is striving for energy independence. As a consequence, increasingly more money gets allocated to the funding and financing of private and public energy projects in Europe. This includes increased funding in development cooperation and collaboration with potential Candidate Countries as well.

lang_en 31. August 2015 - 01. September 2015, Arcotel John F

EU-funded projects put high demands on project leaders and coordinators. Especially the correct financial accounting of the project constitutes a great challenge. Beneficiaries have to follow strict and complex rules set up by the European Commission.

lang_en 14. September 2015 - 15. September 2015, Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte

The programming period 2014-2020 introduces new rules for the financial management of the European Structural and Investment Funds. National and regional authorities have become new responsibilities and deadlines regarding preparation, examination, acceptance and closure of accounts as well as financial correction.

lang_en 17. September 2015 - 18. September 2015, Best Western Premier Hotel MOA Berlin

For the purpose of simplifying the implementation of European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) 2014-2020, the European Commission has widened the application of simplified cost options.

lang_en 21. September 2015 - 22. September 2015, Maritim Hotel Berlin

Closure of Operational Programmes 2007-2013 has to be conducted simultaneously to the management of the new programming period 2014-2020. This task involves contributions of Managing, Certifying and Audit Authorities that need to prove effective communication as well as disciplined time management and coordinated performance.

lang_en 28. September 2015 - 29. September 2015, Arcotel John F

The EU provides multiple sources of financing for broadband projects, in form of various EU funds as well as European Investment Bank instruments. In the new programming period, broadband projects are not only supported via European Structural and Investments Fund (ESIF), including EAFRD and through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

lang_en 05. October 2015 - 06. October 2015, Arcotel John F

Technical Assistance (TA) for European Structural Funds has been in use for several years now. However, there are many changes that apply to Technical Assistance in the Programming Period 2014-2020.

lang_en 08. October 2015 - 09. October 2015, Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte

Thanks to the new EU Cohesion Policy and the new Programming Period 2014-2020 of the European Union, there is more funding available for research, development and innovation than ever before. The EU has set out the goal to enhance investment and to strengthen Europe’s position in R&D&I.

lang_en 08. October 2015 - 09. October 2015, Victor‘s Residenz-Hotel Berlin

Practitioners in the field of State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors currently face the challenge of significant changes to the existing legislation. The European Commission has substantially modified the existing State aid rules in these sectors. After a new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) had been agreed on, State aid provisions in this area also had to be adjusted.

lang_en 15. October 2015 - 16. October 2015, Maritim Hotel Berlin

The proper handling of the rules for the eligibility of expenditure in EU funded projects has proven to be very challenging and remains difficult in the new period 2014-2020. Disregarding the rules for eligibility of expenditure causes many irregularities.

lang_en 26. November 2015 - 27. November 2015, Arcotel John F

Providing more than half of all development aid worldwide, the European Union (EU) and its Member States are the world’s biggest donors. In order to successfully cooperate with the EU and to benefit from the external cooperation funds, beneficiaries have to comply with a multitude of accounting regulations for projects financed by the EU.