Wim Van den Eynde (1966) is Belgian television journalist for Pano (CANVAS, VRT).

Wim Van den Eynde Is a Civil Engineer Architect (K.U.L, Leuven) and afterwards studied Political and Social Sciences (K.U.L., Leuven). He has been making reports for the Belgian public broadcaster Canvas since 1996. Since 2005 he is a journalist for Panorama (later Pano) (CANVAS, VRT).

Basic information

Wim Van den Eynde
Investigative journalism, Politics, Justice

Supported projects

Behind the scenes of the Belgian Special Tax Inspectorate

  • Corruption
  • Finance
  • Justice

BRUSSELS - A lot goes wrong with our tax collection. There are so many loopholes that the tax authorities collect a lot less than what the state is entitled to. This is one of the reasons why the government has to borrow and why we have a large national debt.


  • Finance
  • Politics

BRUSSELS - A completely new view on the Fortis-case and especially on the very closed deliberation procedure in the magistracy. Wim Van den Eyndes book Fortisgate raises serious questions about the functioning of the judiciary in Belgium.

The Emperor of Ostend

  • Politics

Rumours about the people in power in Ostend (Belgium) are growing louder: exceeding authority, conflicts of interest, the strange roll basketball plays in the political and socio-economic fabric. Investigative journalists Wim Van den Eynde and Luc Pauwels decided to have a closer look at Johan Vande Lanotte, Deputy Prime Minister - and one of the most influential politicians - of Belgium.