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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Microfinance and Social Enterprise Finance Technical Assistance
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Microfinance and Social Enterprise Finance Technical Assistance
The overall objective of this Assignment is to assist the EIB Advisory Services in providing targeted capacity building, project advisory and market development support to financial intermediaries (i.e. banks or other financial institutions that provide funding) active in the MF and the SE space. The advisory support shall also promote the exchange and dissemination of best practices within the respective European MF and SE fields.
The objective of this advisory initiative is twofold:
1. to develop further the European MF and SE ecosystems and markets;
2. to provide advisory support to MF institutions and SE providers, complementing the financial products under the InvestEU Social Investment and Skills Window targeting these policy areas or any other MF and/or SE financial instruments mandates managed by the EIB Group.
Provision of Project Advisory, Capacity Building and Market Development Support Services in the European Microfinance and Social Enterprise Finance Sectors
EU Member States.
For detailed information see Internet address provided in Section I.3).
Under lot 1 the main services to be provided are the following:
— targeted capacity building services to MF/SE providers through trainings and consultancy,
— exchange and dissemination of good practices in the European MF/SE sector,
— Calls for Expression of Interests for MFSETA,
— analytical support,
— communication activities regarding MFSETA,
— Helpdesk for MF, SE finance and the Code related questions,
— portfolio analysis and pipeline building.
Subject to satisfactory performance by the service provider and availability of funding, the contract can be extended in terms of duration: up to 84 months and the budget up to a maximum value of EUR 7 800 000 for lot 1.
Upon agreement between the European Commission (EC) and the EIB concerning the InvestEU Advisory Hub, the MFSETA will be financed by the InvestEU Advisory Hub
Rating, Assessment and Evaluation Services for European Microfinance and Social Enterprise Providers
EU Member States
Under lot 2 the main services to be provided are the following:
— analyse the organisational, operational and financial performance of selected European MF and SE providers through institutional assessments or ratings,
— evaluate the implementation of the European Code of Good Conduct for Microcredit Provision by MF providers.
Subject to satisfactory performance by the service provider and availability of funding, the contract can be extended in terms of duration: up to 84 months and the budget up to a maximum value of EUR 5 000 000 for lot 2.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
See internet address provided in Section I.3).
Section IV: Procedure
Tenders will be opened in a non-public procedure. Upon request to the EIB (see Section I.1), the written record of the opening of the tenders will be provided to economic operators who submitted a tender.
Section VI: Complementary information
This tender procedure is launched with suspension clause. This entails that the award of the contract is subject to the signing of the funding agreement.