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The Anti-Fraud Office always acts ex-officio on its own initiative or as the result of a complaint, or by virtue of a reasoned request from a public institution or authority.

 

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Investigations

Interventions undertaken by the Anti-Fraud Office are governed by the criteria of celerity, economy, efficiency and maximum discretion. Protection of identity and anonymity is guaranteed for those who request it, and advice is freely offered to anyone making a complaint in good faith.

Investigations may be closed with no further action, in the event of no irregularity being detected; with a reasoned report being sent to the competent authority; with notification to the judicial or tax authority or the competent administrative body; or with recommendations about the modification, annulment or inclusion of suggested criteria.

Summary of closed investigations

The following sections contain a brief review of the subject and purpose of the investigative proceedings closed during 2017.

No information is published that would enable the identification of natural persons, nor is the individual investigation result indicated, both to avoid prejudice to the people involved as well as to safeguard possible administrative and judicial proceedings that may result from our inquiries. However, in those cases where proceedings are discontinued and no preventive measures need be applied, the Anti-Fraud Office can publish links between the specific activity and results of the investigation, and the entity concerned.

The actions set out below have concluded with: a reasoned report and/or notification to the competent administrative and/or judicial authorities or, as mentioned above, discontinuation of the proceedings.

We should add to these closed cases a further eight investigations which have been interrupted because it was found that the events being investigated by the Anti-Fraud Office coincided with the judicial proceedings in which the accused were involved at the time.