(Teleborsa) – “The world of tomorrow can only be based on sustainability, which has become an indispensable growth driver. The companies have understood this very well and in fact, as often happens, they moved before the regulators and the legislator ”. That’s what it has
declared on president of Sace Rodolfo Error, on the occasion of 36th Conference of Confindustria Young Entrepreneurs which took place in Naples.
“From a financial point of view, the sustainability has two key benefits for businesses, will guarantee better access to credit and the possibility of exploiting all the opportunities made available by thematic finance. The companies have understood this very well and in fact, as often happens, they have moved before the regulators and the legislator. The real challenge is the Transition Financing, that is, to ensure that as many projects are transformed into Green, through a reward system. A naturally new but crucial terrain, in which institutions can give a great impulse and in which governments will have to intervene more and more with tools – laws, regulations, incentives – to regulate what will be one of the mega trends of the future ”.
“In this context – continued Error – Sace has a leading role in the Italian ecological transition. We are in fact implementers and managers of the New Green Deal thematic fund in Italy as part of the Next Generation EU. We can issue guarantees at market conditions following an investigation that assesses the bankability of the initiative up to 80% of the value of the investment, to support the sustainability of the Italian economy and to be ready to use that part of the PNRR concerning the ecological transition, where they are located 59.4 billion“.
“An operation in which – concluded Error – we have already met over 300 companies, mostly SMEs, potential beneficiaries of our green guarantee and mobilized resources for a total of 1 billion and 400 million euros. And in this, Sace plays a pioneering role in the financial world. We are, in fact, i first to issue a ‘green rating’, an evaluation tool useful for measuring the degree of application of sustainability criteria and avoiding the so-called green washing “.