Important to report
It is important for us to counteract risks and maintain confidence in our business operations. That is why we encourage our employees and other stakeholders to report suspected irregularities and unacceptable conditions.
This may involve financial crime, money laundering, breaches of regulations or other misconduct.
Safe handling of all reports
Do you suspect irregularities and unacceptable conditions within the Bank? Report this via our whistleblower system managed by the Bank's partner, WhistleB.
You can choose to report your suspicions openly or anonymously. We would prefer you to report openly by providing your name and your contact details. All cases are treated confidentially. There are procedures in place if you would prefer to report anonymously. A person reporting their suspicions does not risk reprisals or victimisation.
You do not have to provide evidence for your suspicion, but all information must be submitted in good faith.
How to report:
- Follow the instructions in the form.
- Tell us what has happened, where and when.
- Save the ID and password you receive. You now remain anonymous.
- We will respond within seven days.