This section provides a list of certificates during their period of validity. Certificates having expired, ongoing certification processes or companies having failed to obtain certificates are not listed.
- EADS Group - Anti-corruption Compliance Program Certificate awarded in 2013
- Equant LLC (subsidiary of Orange - France Télécom in Russia) - Anti-corruption Compliance System Certificate awarded in 2011
- Schneider Electric Egypt - Anti-corruption Compliance Policy Certificate awarded in 2007, renewed in 2008 and 2011
- DHV - Anti-corruption Compliance System Certificate awarded to DHV in 2010
- Sofrecom (subsidiary of France Telecom) - Anti-corruption Compliance System certificate awarded in 2010, renewed in 2012
- Alstom Group - Anti-corruption Compliance System certificate awarded in 2011
- Alstom Grid - Anti-corruption Compliance Policy certificate awarded in 2011
- Alstom Power and Transport - Anti-corruption Compliance Policy certificate awarded in 2009, renewed in 2011
- Conlog (Subsidiary of Schneider Electric) - Anti-corruption Compliance System certificate awarded in 2008, renewed in 2011
Anti-corruption Compliance System Certificates (for both the design and implementation of compliance programs) attest that a company has appropriately assessed its specific corruption risks and developed and effectively enforces an anti-corruption compliance program adapted to these risks.
Anti-corruption Compliance Program Certificates (for the design of compliance programs, exclusive of their implementation) attest that a company has designed a compliance program appropriate to its specific corruption risks.
Anti-corruption Compliance Policy Certificates (for specific compliance processes) attest that a company has developed and effectively implemented a specific anti-corruption compliance process to prevent corruption (sales agents, gifts and invitations, joint-ventures, etc.), which includes risk analysis appropriate to the specific process.
The process of engaging in certification, like that of ETHIC Intelligence, not only stems from a clearly displayed, voluntary commitment to transparency but also constitutes a central part of an integrity program. Certification is not an end in itself; it requires that all employees comply with certain obligations. The process it brings about is essential for companies wishing to shine for their integrity and for the quality of their international best practices.
-- Jean-Daniel Lainé, SVP, Ethics and Compliance
|Having our Business Integrity Management System certified by Ethic Intelligence provides us with independent, third party verification that we are in compliance with international best practices. This is an important signal to all our stakeholders that we are committed to being among the leaders of our industry in the field of business integrity.
-- Jan Cees Overbosch, Group Compliance Officer
--> See DHV's anti-corruption certification page
|Sofrecom’s commitment to obtaining certification from ETHIC Intelligence, a neutral an independent agency, offers proof to our clients, partners and suppliers of our willingness to comply with the OECD Convention.
-- Jean-François Fallacher, Chief Executive Officer
--> See Sofrecom's anti-corruption certification page
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