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Anti-Fraud Knowledge Centre

Systems and tools, when effectively used and implemented, can considerably reduce the fraud risk.

The European Commission has made a substantial effort to develop Systems & tools to be used by the Member States. In addition to this, such systems are available at international and national levels.

Systems and tools at the national level aim to provide public information in order to make governance and access to information more transparent and easier. They also provide valuable information on companies, land, insolvency, immovable and movable property, tax registration and others. All this information is essential to ensure proper representation and access to information for and by the stakeholders involved in the spending of EU funds.

Below you will find examples of public and useful tools for all EU Member States

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List of National useful tools: