Il codice etico di CDP | CDP

Code of Ethics

Our Code of Ethics defines the set of values that we acknowledge, affirm and share in our daily work, at every level of our organization

Principles of the Code

The principles and provisions set out in the Code represent the foundation of all of the activities that characterize our corporate mission. We want our conduct to be inspired by honesty, moral integrity, transparency, reliability and a sense of accountability.

The principles and provisions set out in the Code are binding for anyone who works at Ccp. Whatever the connection or type of activity performed, full compliance with our values is essentially.


Values of the Code

In view of the importance of our public service function for the entire country, both in terms of raising funds from savers and investing and lending resources for projects of general economic interest, we focus maximum attention on ensuring the full compliance of our activities with the national and Community laws and regulations that govern them.

Even our market operations are distinguished by the most rigorous compliance with applicable law, especially with regard to compliance with European regulations concerning competition, State aid and the transparency of financial transactions between public-sector enterprises and the Member States.

Our personal and professional conduct is guided by the following principles, which inspire us in tackling the ever-changing challenges and decisions we face in our activities:

  • Staff improvement and satisfaction and personal integrity
  • Lawfulness
  • Confidentiality
  • Honesty
  • Accountability
  • Skills
  • Collaboration
  • Courage
  • Transparency and completeness of information
  • Quality
  • Fairness
  • Impartiality towards stakeholders
  • Care for the environment

Our Code, which was approved on 27 February 2017, is an integral part of the Compliance Models adopted pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001, as amended, of CDP and the Group companies for which CDP performs management and coordination activities.

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