Appeals Mechanism

Our information disclosure policy allows the public to file an appeal if their request for projectA specific set of activities for which AIIB is (1) considering to provide financing, (2) has approved financing or (3) has provided financing. has been denied.

RequesterAny person or organization that requests for information from AIIB through the appropriate channel via AIIB’s electronic request form, by mail or via email. files appeal to the Managing Director of AIIB’s Compliance, Efficiency and Integrity Unit (MD-CEIU).
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MD-CEIU to determine if requesterAny person or organization that requests for information from AIIB through the appropriate channel via AIIB’s electronic request form, by mail or via email. can show (1) the initial informationFor purposes of the PPI, information means all information held by AIIB that can be read and communicated physically and electronically in any form or format. request was submitted according to the procedures of the PPI Directive, (2) there is a reasonable argument that AIIB has violated the PPI or (3) a legitimate interest is served by disclosure of information covered by an exception outweighs the harm arising from disclosure of such information.
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In the event of a conflict of interest, MD-CEIU will be replaced—for the purpose of the appeal—by an independent public information expert appointed by the President.
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MD-CEIU (or the expert) will (1) acknowledge receipt of the request for review not later than five working daysFor purposes of the PPI, a working day is one when AIIB’s headquarters are open for business (does not include weekends and AIIB’s official holidays). upon receipt and (2) make a recommendation to the President not later than 20 working daysFor purposes of the PPI, a working day is one when AIIB’s headquarters are open for business (does not include weekends and AIIB’s official holidays). after receipt of the request.

For more information, please refer to the Directive on Public Information.