Fighting fraud in the EU: a note on icebergs and evidence

Debate about a European Public Prosecutor’s Office still lacks a sound evidential basis. Reliable information about (1) the extent of fraud against the EU’s financial interests, and (2) the extent of cross-border elements in fraud against those interests, is not readily available. Given this evidence gap, attention should focus on improving data collection and capturing casework experience. Eurojust has an important role to play in this process.

 

 

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