Our Compliance Management System (CMS) was designed to consider various international regulations and recognized standards, including the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act 2010 (UKBA), and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. The CoEC and ACCP serve as the foundation for the CMS, and are reviewed, updated, and acknowledged by all deugro Group employees on a regular basis.
Furthermore, our Transport Management System (TMS) screens all shipments, specifically the names and addresses provided, on a 24/7 basis against all applicable international governmental sanction lists, in order to scrutinize each business transaction.
To keep our employees involved in our efforts to live and maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity, we also offer frequent compliance training. It is provided online and in face-to-face workshops, subject to individual risk assessments. Important announcements on the corporate intranet (“d.net”) and local bulletin boards serve to raise ongoing awareness.
Local compliance ombudsmen, known as Local Ethics Officers, or LEOs, are available in all of our offices. LEOs receive face-to-face training by the Global Head of Legal and Compliance.
Ethics and Compliance Policy Statement
The deugro Group is committed to the highest standards of ethical business conduct and integrity. These standards are mandatory and must be followed at all times. To view the deugro Group Ethics and Compliance Policy Statement, please click here.
Contact Compliance Officer
Name: Jessica Kaplan
Title : Head of Global Legal and Compliance
Phone: +41 43 2111044
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