On this page, you will find short links pointing to your data collected by the European Investment Bank (EIB).
In order to be able to provide the necessary information and/or answer questions from the public at large, the EIB collects personal data related to the visitors of its websites as further detailed below:
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If you wish to subscribe to the EIB Group’s newsletter (emails about EIB Group-related topics, news and events), we require certain contact information (name and e-mail address) so we can make sure you receive the newsletter as requested.
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In the context of its administrative investigations for the purpose of detecting and preventing fraud, corruption and any other prohibited conduct, the EIB Group’s Fraud Investigations Division collects identification data, professional data and case involvement data. Further details are provided on the following page:
Personal data is required to manage your job application in order to compile a shortlist for an interview and possible recruitment. They are only used for the purpose of the selection of candidates in the context of recruitment and in accordance with the provisions applicable to recruitment at the EIB or the EIF respectively. See the full privacy statement through the link below:
8. Personal data during corporate and technical assistance procurement activities
This privacy statement provides information regarding the processing of personal data carried out in the course of our corporate and technical assistance procurement activities, including contract and vendor management.
9. Personal data processes while reviewing complaints related to procurement
The EIB processes personal data In the course of reviewing complaints related to procurement. Such personal data could relate to individuals who are sharing their personal data as complainants or as individuals acting on behalf of the entities, which submit a procurement complaint.
The EIB as all EU Institutions and Bodies have the legal obligation to keep a central Register of records of activities processing personal data (Article 31 of Regulation 2018/1725). The Records contain information on the processing operations such as the name of the Controller, the purpose of the processing, the categories of data subjects whose data are processed and the type of data processed, and the recipients of the data.