European Structural and Investment Funds

EU Cohesion Policy and its instruments are fundamental to reducing economic, social and territorial disparities between regions in the EU. Five main Funds work together to support economic development across the EU countries, in line with the objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy. These are:

Altogether these 5 Funds make up European Structural and Investment Funds, so called ESI Funds.

Lexxion Publisher has been organising events of different formats in the field of ESI Funds since 2012, with the aim to exchange knowledge on the efficient management, implementation and control of ESI Funds. Through the years of professional and very successful cooperation with our experts and participants, we have built up a huge and stable network of expertise and experience. Moreover from 2013-2019, we published the European Structural and Investment Funds Journal (EStIF), which responded to the need for information exchange between the various stakeholders involved in the management and implementation of ESI Funds. All articles are still available online:

Simplified Cost Options for ESI Funds

09.03.2021 - 11.03.2021 | Online

The use of Simplified Cost Options (SCOs) has been extended to all ESI Funds, being applicable to more projects and mandatory projects under 200.000€ (as from 2021). As such, public officials from Managing, Certifying, Audit Authorities and Intermediate Bodies, but… more

Financial Management, Control and Audit of ESI Funds: Transition Towards 2021-2027

22.03.2021 - 24.03.2021 | Online

With the proposed regulations for the upcoming programming period 2021-2027, the European Commission aims to introduce a number of changes and new instruments that the Member States need to implement into their Operational Programmes. New regulations and requirements can be… more


EStIF – European Structural and Investment Funds Journal

Events | European Structural and Investment Funds

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