Governance concerns the decision-making structure, processes and associated controls of the European Investment Bank (EIB). As the EIB is both an EU body and a bank, it is governed by both public and corporate governance principles.
The overall governance and operational structure of the EIB is composed of:
The shareholders of the EIB are the 27 Member States of the European Union.
The EIB’s statutory bodies are responsible for the strategic decisions and management of the Bank.
Controls guarantee the integrity and soundness of the Bank’s operations.
Working in multidisciplinary teams, the Directorates and Departments prepare and implement the decisions of the Bank's management.