In order to build effective financial analysis and risk assessment skills within the Ministry of Finance, the EU-funded PPF Project “Support the Moldovan Government in identifying and preparing projects linked to the implementation of the Association Agreement” organised an online training, during 1 – 3 June 2021, on the tools and methods for performing financial analysis and risk assessment.

The course was delivered by the Project experts, Constantinos Kyriakopoulos and Daniela Cotorobai.

Structured in 6 modules, the course combined theory with exercises aimed at enhancing the participants’ analytical and practical skills. The feedback received reflected the coherence of the programme, the successful combination of the theoretical and practical elements and the involvement of the trainers in creating a learning and stimulating environment.

The EU-funded Project “Support the Moldovan Government in identifying and preparing projects linked to the implementation of the Association Agreement” (PPF Project) was designed for a five years’ period. Its main objective is strengthening the capacity of the national authorities in the Republic of Moldova to plan, prepare and manage public investment projects, both domestically and externally financed. Particular attention will be paid to capital projects that support the implementation of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement.