EIB Plans Consultation on Transparency Policy

6 June 2014

The European Investment Bank has announced plans to hold a public consultation as part of the review of its Transparency Policy.

The process is expected to be finalized at the end of 2014, according to a timetable contained in the press release.

The EIB Transparency Policy was adopted in 2010 with a provision mandating a review every 5 years.

The public consultation process will be officially launched with the publication of draft revised policy, which is expected for June 2014.

Interested stakeholders can already send comments on the current Transparency Policy to the Bank.

A consultation meeting is planned to take place in July 2014 in Brussels.

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