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Code of Conduct and Model 231

Group Code of Ethics

The doValue Group is strongly committed to maintaining the highest ethical and moral standards.

The Group Code of Ethics defines the set of ethical principles, duties and responsibilities assumed with regard to all parties who collaborate with the Group to achieve the corporate objectives.
Through the adoption of the Code of Ethics, doValue guarantees that the conduct of recipients is always inspired by correctness, collaboration, loyalty, transparency, legality and mutual respect, and to avoid that any conduct considered in any way unsuitable is avoided.
The Code of Ethics defines the principles of general conduct which all employees must comply by when performing its activities. These principles established also apply to relations between Group Companies and must be transparent and comply with applicable regulations in the legal systems of reference as well as consistent with the guidelines set by doValue.

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The Code and its values must be a point of reference when managing internal and external relations. All relations held by the “Recipients” of the Code, operating in the name and on behalf of doValue and Group Companies, must be based on good faith, honesty, moral integrity, transparency, correctness and impartiality, avoiding conflict of interest situations, whether effective or even solely potential.
Whoever acquires knowledge of breaches or situations that are even potentially noncompliant with principles expressed in the Code of Ethics (and/or the system of procedures and internal controls enabling implementation) shall promptly notify the Supervisory Body (SB) of the Company, where applicable, or the local Body or Function attributed the control tasks.
Reports can be sent by paper post, by e-mail and through alternative internal channels used to report breaches (so-called “whistleblowing”) accessible through the dedicated application on the institutional website.

EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL COLLABORATORS
The Code of Ethics is directed at all internal parties of the Group, as well as external parties who, by virtue of contractual relationships, collaborate with the Group in the course of their activities.
Group Companies expect external subjects to comply with the Code by proving they have examined it and by including a contractual clause committing the contracting party to abide by its principles.
In particular, when selecting its commercial partners, the Parent Company and subsidiaries ensure that the ethical principles applied by the potential partners are in line with those of the Code of Ethics, contributing to the creation of a shared ethical culture.
Recipient noncompliance with or breach of the principles will be sanctioned as they were considered noncompliance with the ethical-conduct principles adopted by doValue and by the Group Companies, with the duty of correctness towards the latter and a breach of specific contractual clauses, if foreseen.

COMMUNICATION AND TRAINING
Each company is committed to ensuring the sharing and dissemination of the Code of Ethics, both to internal and external parties, with the aim of developing awareness of the value of ethics and to promote conducts in compliance with the principles and values stated in the Code.
The documenti is published on the Company’s institutional website in order to ensure the dissemination of the Code of Ethics, both to internal and external parties.
Internal collaborators of the company are made aware of the contents of the Code first by means of a specific communication at the start of the employment relationship, then with internal communications on the occasion of first approvals and subsequent updates; the Code is also available on the corporate intranet.
Each Group company promotes and implements an adequate training and awareness programme for its internal subjects regarding the content of the Code of Ethics and the system of procedures and internal controls that allow its concrete implementation.

Organisation, Management and Control Model in accordance with Italian Legislative Decree no. 231/2001
The Code of Ethics is an essential part of the Organisation, Management and Control Models pursuant to Leg. Decree 231/2001 adopted by doValue, and constitutes a valid sensitisation tool for all those operating on behalf of the Company so that their conduct is correct and straightforward, but also a more effective way to prevent the risk of committing the Offences and illegalities established in the Decree
The doValue Models in accordance with Italian Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 are based on the fundamental principles of:
  • transparency of conduct related to sensitive areas;
  • traceability of operations related to the sensitive areas;
  • correctness of all parties referring to doValue or to the Group’s Italian Companies.
Models principles and provisions must be respected by all parties operating in the Company, and by all external ones who, through contractual relations, collaborate with doValue to perform their activities.
To implement what is set forth in the Decree and consistent with statutory regulations, the Boards of Directors of doValue appoint the Supervisory Bodies to which it assigns the supervision of Models functional and compliance, and its updating.
The doValue’s 231 Models establish different reporting channels of violations, as defined within the procedure “Use and management of the violation reporting system” (“Whistleblowing”) published on the institutional website and on the intranet.

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Supervisory Body

To implement what is set forth in the Decree and consistent with statutory regulations, the Board of Directors appoints the Supervisory Body to which it assigns the supervision of Model functional and compliance, and its updating.
In consideration of the provisions pursuant to Leg. Decree 231/2001, the Board of Directors of doValue has assigned the role as SB of the Group’s Italian Companies to their Board of Statutory Auditors.
The Supervisory Body, which operates continuously, supervises the functioning of and compliance with the Models 231, monitors and assesses the implementation of preventive measures, in order to guarantee its complete autonomy and independence when performing its functions, the SB reports to the Company’s Board of Directors or Single Director directly.
The control tasks are performed by Supervisory Bodies pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001 appointed specifically to check that this Code is implemented. Whoever acquires knowledge of breaches or situations that are even potentially noncompliant, can notify the Supervisory Body of the company as described in the document.
Reports will be managed in accordance with the whistleblowing procedures adopted by each Group Company. The Company and the Supervisory act in order to ensure to the whistleblower against any form of retailiation and discriminating acts, direct or indirect, against the whistleblower for reasons connected, directly or indirectly, to the report.