EU recovery funds plans in the Baltics and Finland
Ajankohta ja paikka
Time 3rd June 2021 at 9 – 11 a.m.
Place Teams (online event)
The event is free of charge but needs registration at latest on the 1st June 2021. Teams link will be sent to the registered participants on the 2nd June 2021.
Recovery and Resilience Facility will make €672.5 billion in grants and loans available for public investment and reforms in the 27 member states. The recovery plan is expected to lead the way out of crisis, address the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, to foster the green and digital transition and to lay foundation for a modern and more sustainable Europe.
This webinar will focus on national recovery and resilience plans in the Baltics and Finland and how these countries will allocate the resources.
The webinar is co-organized by the Finnish Chamber of Commerce in Latvia, the Finnish Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce, Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Finland, Enterprise Estonia, Investment and Development Agency of Latvia.
09.00 Opening Timo Vuori, Executive Director of International Chamber of Commerce in Finland and Executive Vice President of Finland Chamber of Commerce
09.05 Estonia Klen Jäärats, Director for EU Affairs at the Government Office
09.25 Finland Laura Vartia, Senior Financial Adviser, Ministry of Finance
09.45 Latvia Armands Eberhards, Deputy State Secretary on EU Funds, Ministry of Finance of Latvia
10.05 Lithuania Paulius Baniūnas, Deputy Director of the EU Investment Department, Ministry of Finance
10.25Panel discussion Estonia: Tõnu Mertsina, Chief economist at Swedbank Finland: Mauri Kotamäki, Chief Economist, Finland Chamber of Commerce Latvia: Mārtiņš Āboliņš, Economist, Citadele Bank Lithuania Aleksandr Izgorodin, Independent economist
11.00 Closing Timo Vuori, Executive Director of International Chamber of Commerce in Finland and Executive Vice President of Finland Chamber of Commerce