Climate change, inclusive and sustainable growth, innovation and digitisation, support for value chains: our 2022-2024 Strategic Plan intends to respond to the great challenges that Italy has ahead of it, making a concrete contribution to the relaunch of the country.
The Strategic Plan for the three-year 2022-2024 period, approved by the Board of Directors on 25 November 2021, looks to the future with a great sense of responsibility and clearly defines our objectives: to play a decisive role in the growth and sustainable development of Italy, make up for the country’s delays and achieve a significant economic, social and environmental impact, staying alongside local areas and enterprises.
Over the three years of the Plan, CDP will mobilise resources of 65 billion euros (+5% compared to the previous three years), attracting a further 63 billion from third parties (+27%), for a total of 128 billion of resources directed towards the country.
Our actions and investments will be increasingly guided by selection criteria, with great attention to ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) principles.
Climate change and ecosystem protection
Inclusive and sustainable growth
Digitisation and innovation
Rethinking value chains
These challenges have resulted in 10 areas of intervention aligned with the UN 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the missions of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP), to better focus CDP’s activity and not spread it over too many fronts.
We intend to act with a complementary approach to the market, aiming to achieve positive, concrete and tangible effects for enterprises, the public sector and families, to make CDP a reference standard, both for the quality of the projects promoted and for the approach with attention to ESG principles.
For this reason, the 2022-2024 Plan is based on three main pillars, which have a cross-functional impact on CDP’s activity.
The Strategic Plan provides for a strengthening of activity to support infrastructure, the public sector and enterprises.
We will strengthen our technical evaluation capacity for the planning and implementation of investments with greater impact, also with tailor-made interventions for complex projects of central government, the regions and metropolitan cities.
We will also strengthen our ability to engage other investors in loan and investment transactions.
We will support enterprises in internationalisation, ensuring direct engagement through our resources and developing alternative tools to bank loans.
Financial instruments, technical evaluation, advisory and blending will also help to strengthen CDP’s role in the field of international cooperation, in partnership with multilateral development banks.
With regard to operations for equity investments, the Plan provides for:
We also intend to be increasingly active in the fields of Private Equity and Venture Capital, investing in particular in SMEs of strategic supply chains and startups.
Our commitment in the real estate sector remains important, in support of social cohesion and tourism and with the aim of achieving a strong impact on the territory. In collaboration with the Foundations of banking origin, we will focus increasingly on Social, Senior and Student Housing and on urban regeneration projects, in particular in Southern Italy.