The EU has compiled a list of offences that at least cover the offences that are supposed to be covered by the Directive in any case. In addition, each member state can add further offences to this list
- public procurement (e.g. collusion in public tenders)
- (Manipulation and abuse of) financial services, financial products and financial markets
- (perpetration of) money laundering and terrorist financing
- (Violations of) Product Safety and Conformity
- (Infringement against) traffic safety
- (Violations against) environmental protection, radiation protection and nuclear safety
- (Violations of) food and feed safety, animal health and welfare, and public health and consumer protection.
- (disregard for) privacy and personal data protection and security of network and information systems
- Infringements of the Union's financial interests within the meaning of Article 325 TFEU and as further defined in relevant Union measures.
- Infringements of internal market rules within the meaning of Article 26(2) TFEU, including infringements of competition and State aid rules, and infringements of corporate tax rules and regulations aimed at obtaining a tax advantage contrary to the object or purpose of the applicable corporate tax law.