Strategic Monitoring 2022 | CDP

Strategic Monitoring 2022

How much funding has CDP committed to support inclusive and sustainable growth? How much to combat climate change and help tackle other major challenges? Which geographical areas have been the focus of funding? What is the impact of CDP's actions on the country's development?

The purpose of the Strategic Monitoring Report is to verify the extent to which CDP-activated investments are effectively aligned with the Strategic Plan, to illustrate the characteristics of the counterparts financed, and to assess the economic and social impact of the measures in the country. 

Read the report’s key messages and download the document for further information.

  • In 2022, CDP committed more than €30 billion and mobilised investments of around €80 billion. 
  • Funds were focused on the areas defined in the 2022-2024 Strategic Plan, which promotes action on climate change, inclusive and sustainable growth, digitalisation and innovation, and rethinking value chains.  
  • In line with its historic role as an institution at the service of the country, CDP also supported the implementation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) through the direct management of funds linked to specific initiatives, market operations and technical-administrative advice to the public sector.
  • CDP's presence throughout the country was widespread: 1 in 2 Italians live in a municipality or metropolitan area that has received CDP support in 2022, and 60% of municipalities have at least one company that has received CDP support.
  • In line with its mission to complement the market, this presence is significant in the less economically advantaged areas of the peninsula: a comparison with the volume of loans granted by the banking system shows that CDP's involvement was particularly significant in the South, where it committed some 17% of the funds, compared with 12% of the disbursements made by the national banking system.
  • CDP's commitment enables it to have a significant impact on the economic and social system: the funds employed in 2022 were able to generate a value added equal to 1.7% of the Italian GDP, up from 1.6% in the previous year, and a demand for employees of 470,000 (+70,000 compared to 2021).
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