We are the long-term partner for local authorities and financially we support the development and modernisation programmes of your institution, with particular attention to investments with a high impact on the growth of the territories.
Our offering is constantly renewed and enhanced to meet the changing and complex needs of our customers. In addition to the traditional granting of medium-long term loans for the construction of public works, we now offer a wide range of products.
We contribute to the fulfilment of investments that are eligible for the use of the development and cohesion fund resources, encouraging the quicker use of resources.
We support the fulfilment of investments in large-scale infrastructure projects.
Through Liquidity Advances, we enable entities to accelerate payments to creditors, to the benefit of the territory.
We allow local authorities to free up resources for interventions in the territory
We provide local authorities with financial coverage for an entire range of investment expenses
We finance activities with long lead times, enabling the accounting of the sums paid out, not the full amount.
We can provide an additional loan for more efficient active management of your financial debt.
We give Municipalities the possibility to meet their temporary cash flow needs, through the Treasury Advances
We enable you to finance the start-up and completion of European investments whose contributions have not been collected
We facilitate redevelopment projects in the suburbs of Italian cities
Through the fund, we advance authorities the expenses for project activities
We facilitate the implementation of energy efficiency measures relating to the Thermal Account incentives arranged by the Energy Services Manager (GSE)
We grant advanced for the public demolition of unauthorised works
We provide support and technical assistance to the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, relating to the use of state resources from the local authority planning Fund, based on a special agreement signed between CDP and MIT