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Main parties involved in Ethics

ENGIE’s ethical commitment is managed at the highest level of the Group, under the impetus of the Group’s Board of Directors and General Management.

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Ethical risks analysis

The assessment of ethical risks, taking into account specificities of ENGIE activities, is included in the Group’s annual risk analysis process (ERM).

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Our approach to due diligence

In line with current regulations, ENGIE has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to corruption and violations of human rights.

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Our approach to embargoes and export control

Embargoes are restrictive measures put in place unilaterally by a State or international governmental organisation that impact international economic transactions and the free movement of people as a kind of sanction.

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Interests representation

For the ENGIE Group, ethical principles are the fundamental basis of any interest representation activities. That is why the ENGIE Group has created a Code of Conduct for Lobbying, which applies to any lobbyists acting on behalf of the Group, whether they are a Group employee or representative.

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Training and awareness-raising

In the field of Ethics and Compliance and as well as in Data Privacy, is a powerful tool for spreading the importance of Ethics and integrity throughout the Group. It is an absolute priority.

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Whistleblowing System

As part of the Group's constant drive to deepen its commitment to ethics and to provide easy-to-use tools for anyone to report inappropriate situations or those that are not in line with our principles or current laws and regulations, ENGIE has put in place a whistleblowing System that is open to all employees and stakeholders (suppliers, sub-contractors, unions, NGOs, etc.).

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Control system

The monitoring of the implementation of the Group’s Ethics, and Compliance & Privacy policies is based on an annual compliance procedure and a dashboard of some 15 indicators (including the distribution of ethics documentation, training, implementation of ethics policies, etc.).

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