The French (ELTIF) revolution

by Matthias Plötz 3 July 2023

Members of the French government have proposed a bill to amend the ELTIF regime, which could constitute a next step to facilitating individual investors’ participation in the private marketplace but practical concerns for operational capability remain.

As part of the ‘Projet de loi relatif à l´industrie verte’, the country wants to further investment into industrial sites, green industrial projects and enable greener public procurement.

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