Anti-corruption policy

Martin Bencher Group adheres to a zero-tolerance policy on corruption.

The legal definition of corruption varies by legal jurisdiction, so Martin Bencher Group has adopted the following definitions in order to be clear with what it means in our organization.

Martin Bencher Group corruption definition: The offering, giving, soliciting, or acceptance of an inducement or reward which may influence any person to act inappropriately.

Corruption is a risk that potentially could have a significant negative impact on business and society at large.
Martin Bencher Group adheres to the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact, where the 10th principle covers anti-corruption. Employees are encouraged and obliged to raise concerns at the earliest possible stage about any indications of corruption. To report issues or concerns, please contact the CEO.

Any employee of Martin Bencher Group involved in corruption activities will be subject to sanctions and penalties aligned to the gravity of the offence. The strictest disciplinary measures will include termination of employment and reporting to the authorities for criminal investigation.

Read more in our corporate social responsibility report.


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