Since its establishment in 1958, the EU bank has invested over a trillion euros. While climate action is a part of everything we do, our activities focus on the following priority areas: climate and environment, development, innovation and skills, small and medium-sized businesses, infrastructure and cohesion.
The EIB Group Transparency Policy (EIB-TP) sets out the EIB Group's approach to transparency and stakeholder engagement. It enshrines the EIB’s commitment to openness and recognises that transparency contributes to the quality and sustainability of the projects we finance and helps build trust in the EU Bank.
The EIB-TP is based on the guiding principles of openness, ensuring trust and safeguarding sensitive information, willingness to listen and engage.
The EIB Board of Directors adopted the EIB-TP on 6 March 2015. The EIB-TP is subject to formal review, including public consultation, every five years. Therefore, the EIB is now launching a public consultation.