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Life Sciences (InvestEU Venture Debt) Programme Loan

Research and development

The purpose of this Framework Operation is to provide direct Standard Venture Debt (SVD) to innovative companies developing technologies for applications in life sciences and health, including, for example, development, validation, market entry and manufacturing of vaccines and other preventive measures, therapeutics and diagnostics, as well as initiatives aimed at strengthening the research, testing, development and implementation of innovative solutions for the transformation of health and care systems. It addresses unmet medical and public needs, suitable to strengthen the EU's position in Health, as defined in lnvestEU.

InvestEU operation amount EUR 750 million
Sector Section C: Manufacturing Section M: Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities Section Q: Human Health and Social Work Activities
Subsector n.a.
Policy window Research, innovation and digitisation (RIDW)
Approval by the Investment Committee 08 July 2022

Links and documents

20 JANNAR 2023
Conclusions – Life Sciences (InvestEU Venture Debt) Programme Loan
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(151.06 KB - PDF)
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20 JANNAR 2023
Scoreboard – Life Sciences (InvestEU Venture Debt) Programme Loan
English
(154.79 KB - PDF)
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Life Sciences (InvestEU Venture Debt) Programme Loan

Programme loans (“PL”) represent envelopes under which the Implementing Partner then can add sub-projects. The PL is published when the first sub-project is signed (see link above). The field “Project locations” references the possible geographical location of sub-projects that can be signed under the PL. It does not mean that for each of the Member State listed a signed sub-project exists.

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Eligible areas
Research, development and innovationSMEs and small mid-capsSocial investments
Implementing partner
EIB
Policy window
Research, innovation and digitisation (RIDW)