Following the approval of Law 179/2017 “Provisions for the protection of the authors of reports of crimes or irregularities of which they have become aware in the context of a public or private job” (Legge 179/2017 “Disposizioni per la tutela degli autori di segnalazioni di reati o irregolarità di cui siano venuti a conoscenza nell’ambito di un lavoro pubblico o privato”) , Mediterranea Underwriting has adopted a system to manage the reports of unlawful conduct carried out.
Such reports may be made by senior management, employees and third parties.
The Company has identified a suitable channel through which the above-mentioned persons may submit, to protect the integrity of the Company, the following reports
- circumstantiated reports of suspected unlawful conduct, relevant under Legislative Decree no. 231/01 and based on precise and concordant facts;
- reports of violations of the organisation’s Organisation and Management Model and/or of the Code of Conduct adopted by the individual company.
Individuals who intend to report a suspected violation of the Organisation and Management Model of the entity and/or of the Company’s Code of Conduct have a dedicated channel at their disposal that allows them to send reports to the attention of the Supervisory Body and consisting of a computer platform that can be reached from Cattolica’s website.
Mediterranea Underwriting guarantees the absolute confidentiality of the identity of the person making the report and the content of the report; the identity of the person making the report is never revealed without his/her consent, except in the cases envisaged by current legislation.
Mediterranea Underwriting also undertakes to guarantee the protection of the reporting party from the application, for reasons related to the report, of discriminatory or retaliatory measures (sanctions, demotion, dismissal, transfer or other organizational measures that have a negative effect on working conditions).