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Mapping flexible financial products for the agricultural sector in Hungary

As part of an EU-wide study on financial instruments to tackle price volatility in the agricultural sector, the Budapest Institute mapped flexible financial products offered for the agricultural sector in Hungary.

Following the desktop analysis of products offered by 15 financial institutions in Hungary, we conducted in-depth interviews with representatives of three institutions identified as the most dominant institutional actors in this segment.

Project details

Commissioned by the European Investment Bank, a consortium of several companies worked on this study. The Budapest Institute participated in the project as a sub-contractor of t33 Srl.

ClientEuropean Investment Bank
Project leader Petra Edina Reszkető
Duration08/01/2018 - 30/04/2018