Cooperazione, Finanza, Impresa is an institutional investor, in form of cooperative, promoted in 1986 by three main Italian Cooperative Confederations to manage the Marcora Law, whose main objective is to provide financial and management support to worker and social cooperatives established through business transfers to employees. Since 1986 it has invested 223 million euros to support more than 380 cooperatives and save around 17.800 jobs.
Hope for cooperative SMEs: EU Adopts Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative to combat COVID-19News
On the 30th of March, the Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative has been adopted to ease Member States’ economic effort in the fight against COVID-19 outbreak. Cohesion funds can help SMEs, including industrial and service cooperatives.Read more