Financial Management in Development Cooperation is a challenge for many beneficiaries beyond the European Union’s borders
The European Union is the world’s biggest donor, providing more than half of all development aid worldwide. However, in order to cooperate with the EU successfully and to benefit from the funds, beneficiaries have to comply with a multitude of accounting regulations of projects financed by the EU. EU financing instruments such as the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA), the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENI) and the Financing instrument for Development Cooperation (DCI) necessitate extensive reporting and a strictly result based management approach on the side of beneficiaries to comply with all rules and prevent the withdrawal of funding.
Extend your expertise by participating in the various events held by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law in this area.
- Upon request you can receive a digital version of the seminar documents after the event for 60,- Euro excl. German VAT (19%) in addition to the seminar.
- All prices excl. German VAT (19%)
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|English||01.12.2016 - 02.12.2016||Wyndham Berlin Excelsior Hotel|
|Date:||01.12.2016 - 02.12.2016|
|Location:||Wyndham Berlin Excelsior Hotel|