Whistleblowing Policy
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What is whistleblowing?

Whistleblowing refers to the act of reporting concerns, suspicions, or unethical behavior within an organization. Whistleblowers play a crucial role in upholding transparency, integrity, and compliance.

Whistleblowing provides individuals with a trusted avenue to raise concerns about potential misconduct, fraud, or violations of legal or regulatory obligations. By speaking up, whistleblowers help safeguard the interests of stakeholders and promote a culture of accountability and ethics.

When should I blow the whistle?

You should consider blowing the whistle if you have reason to believe that:

  • Fraudulent activities, including embezzlement, corruption, misappropriation of funds, blackmail or manipulation of financial records, are taking place.

  • There are violations of laws, regulations, or Exchange terms or policies, such as insider trading, market manipulation, or breaches of customer confidentiality.

  • Endangerment of the health and safety of an individual

  • Other significant risks to stakeholders are being ignored or concealed.

What do I do if I have whistleblowing concerns?

Please send an email outlining your concerns to [email protected]. Your email should include as much detail as possible about the alleged misconduct, including dates, individuals involved, and any supporting evidence or documentation. All reports will be treated with confidentiality and investigated promptly and impartially.

Violations or possible violations of any applicable laws and regulations relevant to anti-bribery and corruption can be reported to us at [email protected].

What protections are in place for whistleblowers?

We are committed to protecting the confidentiality and anonymity of whistleblowers to the fullest extent possible. Whistleblowers can be assured that their concerns will be taken seriously and addressed appropriately.

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