Acting as the National Development Finance Agency , the NTMA provides financial advice to State authorities in respect of those public investment projects which are referred to it, with a capital value over €75 million. The NDFA may also provide financial advice to State authorities on certain projects below this threshold. In this role, the NDFA advises State authorities on the optimal financing of public investment projects in order to achieve value for money. We offer funding and financing for a variety of business and development opportunities. The NDFA is an integrated finance, procurement and project delivery unit established within the National Treasury Management Agency to bring a unified commercial approach to the procurement and project management of new public sector projects, including Public Private Partnerships. The Ministry of Finance supports the government in pursuing sound economic policies and ensures innovation and efficiency in the public sector.

  • The Economic Stabilisation Fund was able to cushion the impact of the Corona pandemic on the national economy.
  • We know that a loan isn’t actually about the money – that’s the transaction.
  • By working together with banks, other government agencies and our partners to drive international success, we aim to ensure that no one takes on the world alone.
  • 25 Sixth Street is the first homeownership project in Massachusetts to utilize ARPA funding.

Our highly experienced EAF team has broad and deep expertise in originating, negotiating, structuring and distributing financing transactions around the world. We advance prosperity by ensuring no viable UK export fails for lack of finance or insurance, doing that sustainably and at no net cost to the taxpayer. The Website does not constitute an offer or a solicitation for the purchase or sale of German Government Securities or other products (collectively, “Covered Securities Transactions”).

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