Tages Capital SGR is committed to promoting a corporate culture based on ethical behaviour and good corporate governance, thus fostering an environment in which people are encouraged to report unacceptable or non-compliant conduct.
The reporting system is available to all people who operate in the work context, both internal and external to the SGR, thus including all those who have had/have/will have a legal relationship with the SGR.
For this reason, specific channels, processes and procedures have been established in Tages Capital SGR to ensure that reports are managed in a timely, efficient manner and according to standards of maximum confidentiality and protection of the reporter, in compliance with Legislative Decree 24/23.
Violations and/or irregularities relating to the following issues and to external regulations may be reported:
- violations, potential or actual, regarding the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing
- violations, potential or actual, relating to the provision of investment services
- violations, potential or actual, of national or European Union regulatory provisions that harm the public interest or the integrity of the public administration or private entity, relevant pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001;
- violations of the Codes of Conduct adopted by the SGR.
The reporting system described does not apply to:
- disputes, claims or requests linked to a personal interest of the reporting party which relate exclusively to his/her individual working relationships;
- reports of violations concerning behaviours, acts or omissions of which the Reporter or the complainant became aware in a context other than the work context;
- complaints from customers, as well as complaints from third parties (i.e. counterparties, suppliers) which may arise in the execution of the contract or in the context of the management of a dispute.
Reports must be submitted using one of the following channels:
External reporting channels
Tages Capital SGR encourages employees to make use of internal channels as a priority, without prejudice to the possibility of making an external report to ANAC, Bank of Italy and Consob, for the areas of their respective competence and if particular conditions arise:
All reports are treated with the maximum level of confidentiality and in any case the confidentiality and protection of the personal data of the reporting party and of any reported party is guaranteed.
Reporters in good faith are guaranteed and protected against any form of retaliation, discrimination or penalisation, regardless of the subjects involved.