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The European Commission

Who we are
EFSI
Some dates and figures
EIB Group impact: Boosting GDP and jobs
Governance and structure
Shareholders
Statutory bodies
Board of Governors
Ethics and Compliance Committee
Appointment Advisory Committee
Board of Directors
Board Committee on Staff Remuneration and Budget
Board Committee on Risk Policy
Board Committee on Equity Participation Policy
Management Committee
Audit Committee
Control and evaluation
Organisation structure
Our priorities
Climate and environment
Climate action
Environmental protection
Innovation and skills
SMEs and mid-caps
Infrastructure and the EIB
Our initiatives
Economic Resilience Initiative
Gender equality
Circular economy
Sustainable oceans and blue economy
Investing for Youth
Coronavirus outbreak: EIB Group’s response
Corporate responsibility
Providing finance
Borrowing
Reporting on sustainability
Internal Commitment
Our environmental management
Compliance
Tax good governance
Accountability
Project Procurement complaints
Accountability
What we do - Complaints Mechanism
The complaints process - Complaints Mechanism
Submit a complaint - Complaints Mechanism
Frequently Asked Questions - Complaints Mechanism
Complaints
Investigating Prohibited Conduct
How to report Prohibited Conduct
Exclusion
Part of the EU family
Tackling global challenges together
Together on forced displacement and migration
Together on infrastructure
Partners
National Promotional Banks
Banking community
Multilateral development banks
Universities
Civil Society and Stakeholder Engagement
Public consultations
EIB transparency and access to information
Civil Society - Key policies and standards
Civil Society - Policy engagement
Civil Society - Events
Civil Society - Contact us
Careers
Work with us
We invest in you
Diversity
Life outside the office
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How to apply
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The European Commission

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The European Commission nominates a member of the Board of Directors and expresses an opinion on every project presented to the Board of Directors. It is also a major shareholder in the European Investment Fund, which is a subsidiary of the EIB.

The European Commission and the EIB Group have established a number of joint programmes (JASPERS, JEREMIE, JESSICA, JASMINE, etc.) as well as programmes together with other public financing institutions. These usually have a shared governance structure.

European Commission and EIB working together for climate action




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