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    The Investigations Division provides the EIB Group with the capacity to investigate independently, professionally and objectively allegations of fraud and misconduct involving EIB Group financed activities and/or members of governing bodies or staff. It is the sole office mandated to investigate fraud and misconduct within the EIB Group.

    In addition to its primary mission of conducting investigations, the division also carries out proactive fraud detection, launches exclusion proceedings for entities engaged in prohibited conduct, provides advice on anti-fraud policies and procedures and raises awareness on fraud related issues to stakeholders inside and outside the EIB Group.

    How to report fraud and misconduct

    The Investigations Division can receive all allegations of Prohibited Conduct as defined in the EIB Group Anti-Fraud Policy as well as breaches of the EIB Group Dignity at Work Policy and the EIB Group Code of Conduct.

    Anyone with relevant information is encouraged to contact the Investigations Division immediately. All allegations are treated by the EIB Group as strictly confidential and may be made anonymously.

    You can contact the Investigations Division:

    When contacting the Investigations Division please include the following:

    • what alleged wrongdoing is being reported
    • where and when it happened (dates and times if available)
    • who the perpetrator(s) is (are)
    • how the individual or firm/organisation committed the alleged wrongdoing
    • why the activity was improper

    In line with the EIB Group Whistleblowing Policy, whistleblowers can also report through an external platform, providing an additional layer of identity protection.

    Alternatively, allegations can be submitted directly to:

    Allegations of Prohibited Conduct under the EIB Group Anti-Fraud Policy can also be submitted to the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) or the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO).

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