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How to report Prohibited Conduct

The Fraud Investigations Division of the European Investment Bank (EIB) receives all allegations of Prohibited Conduct, including fraud, corruption, collusion, coercion, obstruction, money laundering and financing of terrorism in connection with EIB Group-financed projects or activities, or concerning EIB Group staff.

Anyone with relevant information or a suspicion regarding Prohibited Conduct is encouraged to contact the Fraud Investigations Division immediately. Alternatively, allegations can be submitted to the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF).

How to contact the EIB’s Fraud Investigation Division?

  1. via the Reporting Form on Prohibited Conduct
  2. by email to
  3. by letter to the Head of the Fraud Investigations Division, European Investment Bank, 100 Bd. Konrad Adenauer, L-2950 Luxembourg
  4. by fax to + 352 4379 6 4000

When contacting the Fraud 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

All allegations may be made anonymously and will be treated by the EIB Group as confidential.

The EIB Group has formulated a set of rules to govern the handling of allegations of Prohibited Conduct affecting its activities (EIB Anti-Fraud PolicyEIF Anti-Fraud Policy and the Procedures for the Conduct of Investigations). Their purpose is to provide clear guidelines for dealing with allegations.