Exceptions

Sometimes we need to protect legitimate interests when disclosing 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.. When we see that the legitimate interests protected by these exceptions can also be protected by delaying or redacting their disclosure, we do so accordingly.

We make an exception to disclosure requirements if the 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....

  • … compromises the personal privacy, physical or mental safety of any individual.
  • … compromises the financial worth or competitiveness of a person, AIIB or any corporate entity or their assets.
  • … compromises AIIB’s administrative functions or its deliberative and decision-making processes.
  • … is legally privileged or compromises the integrity of an inspection, investigation, legal proceedings or audit involving AIIB.
  • … compromises AIIB’s credit worthiness or access to capital markets at prices AIIB deems reasonable.
  • … compromises the international character of AIIB or is inconsistent with AIIB’s duty of due respect to national laws and regulations.
  • EXAMPLES:
  • Staff HR records or a whistleblower’s identity.
  • A company’s investment strategy or loan terms for a private sector projectA specific set of activities for which AIIB is (1) considering to provide financing, (2) has approved financing or (3) has provided financing..
  • Transcripts of Board meetings or draft policies and strategies.
  • Legal advice provided by counsel and investigations conducted by the Chief Ethics Officer.
  • Stress test reports or credit rating agency reports.
  • Information that could be deemed politically sensitive by our shareholders.
  • … compromises the personal privacy, physical or mental safety of any individual.

    Example: Staff HR records or a whistleblower’s identity.
  • … compromises the financial worth or competitiveness of a person, AIIB or any corporate entity or their assets.

    Example: A company’s investment strategy or loan terms for a private sector projectA specific set of activities for which AIIB is (1) considering to provide financing, (2) has approved financing or (3) has provided financing..
  • … compromises AIIB’s administrative functions or its deliberative and decision-making processes.

    Example: Transcripts of Board meetings or draft policies and strategies.
  • …is legally privileged or compromises the integrity of an inspection, investigation, legal proceedings or audit involving AIIB.

    Example: Legal advice provided by counsel and investigations conducted by the Chief Ethics Officer.
  • … compromises AIIB’s credit worthiness or access to capital markets at prices AIIB deems reasonable.

    Example: Stress test reports or credit rating agency reports.
  • … compromises the international character of AIIB or is inconsistent with AIIB’s duty of due respect to national laws and regulations.

    Example: Information that could be deemed politically sensitive by our shareholders.