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Who we are
Some dates and figures
EIB impact: Boosting GDP and jobs
Chronology of the EIB
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
Corporate responsibility
Responsible finance
Responsible borrower
Our footprint
An employer of choice
Community engagement
Reporting on sustainability
G.R.I.
Compliance
Tax good governance
Accountability
Complaints mechanism
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Admissibility
Procedure
Initial assessment
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Mediation
Consultation
Our response
Admissibility timing
Procedure summary
How to complain
FAQ
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How to report fraud or corruption
Part of the EU family
EFSI
EFSI projects
EFSI project list
What is the European Fund for Strategic Investments?
Why a European Fund for Strategic Investments?
How does a project get EFSI financing?
Governance
Steering Board
Investment Committee
Tackling global challenges together
Together on forced displacement and migration
Together on infrastructure
Together on climate
Together on Gender equality and women’s economic empowerment
Partners
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Contacts
The EIB’s commitment to transparent lending
Banking community
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Working for the EIB
Professional and managerial
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The GRAD programme
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FAQ - Jobs
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European research hub
Our research
Surveys and data
Promoting dialogue
Assessing the macroeconomic impact of EIB activities

Part of the EU family

The EIB maintains close working ties with the other members of the family of EU institutions in pursuit of the Union's objectives, most importantly:

  • fostering European integration and the balanced development of the Union;
  • supporting the Union's development aid and cooperation policies towards some 140 countries throughout the world.

Such cooperation enables the Bank to coordinate its operations with those of the other institutions, while preserving its independence and its own decision-making procedures as provided for in the EU Treaties.

This maintains the effectiveness of the different EU instruments furnishing loans or grants in support of substantial capital investment, both within and outside the European Union.

The EIB maintains close working ties mainly with:

Other institutions and bodies:

The EU has a number of other institutions and interinstitutional bodies that play specialised roles. See at http://europa.eu/about-eu/institutions-bodies/index_en.htm.



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