NIB Nordic Investment Bank

Report misconduct, corruption and non-compliance

Report misconduct, corruption and non-compliance

NIB is committed to following best practices and market standards in areas of accountability, transparency and business ethics in order to promote sustainability. Any person involved in the activities of NIB observing or suspecting, on reasonable grounds, that corruption is occurring is encouraged to report this allegation to the Bank.

All alleged cases of internal or external misconduct and corruption shall be reported to the Chief Compliance Officer by submitting

Form for reporting misconduct and corruption

If you believe you are or will be adversely affected by a project financed by NIB due to non-compliance with a NIB policy (e.g. the sustainability policy and guidelines, the public information policy), you may submit a complaint to the Chief Compliance Officer.

Form for reporting complaints on non-compliance

The forms can be submitted through an e-mail to the respective addresses listed below or in a sealed envelope to the Chief Compliance Officer.

Reports can be submitted anonymously, without revealing the identity of the source, but the Bank strongly encourages disclosure of identity to enable a thorough investigation. Anonymous allegations are commonly more difficult to investigate and do not fully address all of the complainant's concerns.


Contact Chief Compliance Officer


E-mail:


Telephones:

+358 10 618 0205 or +358 505 978 488


Postal address:

Office of the Chief Compliance Officer
Nordic Investment Bank
Fabianinkatu 34
P.O. Box 249
FI-00171 Helsinki
Finland

To ensure confidentiality, mark the envelope CONFIDENTIAL.

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