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Code of Conduct
The BNP Paribas Group Code of Conduct is intended to provide employees with a framework for making decisions and taking actions based on professional expertise, integrity and deep ethical responsibility. Our Code of Conduct, given to each employee upon arrival, is intended to be used with personal judgment to ensure that its spirit is always respected.
The BNP Paribas Group Code of Conduct defines :
The principles of the Code of Conduct are shared by all employees and form the basis of the tools and processes we have in place to ensure ethics and compliance in all circumstances.
Our financial security compliance procedures are extremely important to our operations and are designed to protect against money laundering, prevent corruption and terrorist financing, and comply with evolving financial requirements including international financial sanctions and embargoes.
These procedures are described in the BNP Paribas Group Code of Conduct and are based on:
As part of its Financial Security System, BNP Paribas Real Estate has established standards for combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism, complying with sanctions, and preventing and fighting corruption, including
BNP Paribas Real Estate has set up an ethics alert procedure for all employees who have concerns about possible malfunctions within the company. All employees must ask themselves whether ethical principles are being respected in any transaction they carry out or of which they are aware. If they have any doubts, they should refer the matter to their superiors. If the employee does not wish to do so, he or she may contact the compliance officer of his or her entity within the framework of the ethics alert system. Their anonymity is guaranteed and they are protected against any retaliatory measures.
We have set up a system to prevent any potential act of corruption or influence peddling, one of the pillars of which is an ethics alert system that allows any employee or third party who so wishes to make an alert. It is also within the framework of the prevention of corruption and influence peddling that all our employees systematically declare gifts and invitations received or offered to our Compliance Department.