One of the key factors for the reputation of the CDP Group is its ability to carry out its institutional role with fairness, correctness, transparency, honesty and integrity. It acts in compliance with laws, regulations, equivalent mandatory regulations and international standards and guidelines, both for national and foreign companies, which apply to the area of business of CDP and its Group companies.
To this end, the CDP Group has adopted a Group Anti-Corruption Policy, which is a systematic reference framework for the anti-corruption tools designed and implemented over time in compliance with the principles and values of the Group's Code of Ethics and the Organisation, Management and Control model pursuant to Legislative Decree No. 231/2001 as amended.
The CDP Group has a zero tolerance policy for acts of corruption and prohibits them from being perpetrated in any form, whether directly or indirectly.
The CDP Group expressly prohibits recipients of the Group Policy from being involved in acts of corruption.