Corporate Governance

​​Comau Group companies are strongly committed to conducting their activities in compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations and with the aim to respect the highest standards of ethics and integrity.

​Comau S.p.A. is fully owned by Stellantis N.V., a company listed on the NY Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Italian Stock Exchange (MTA). Comau S.p.A. Corporate Governance rules refer also to values and ethical behavioral principles of Stellantis.

​Code of Conduct

Comau Group companies, part of Stellantis Group, have adopted the Stellantis Code of Conduct (the “Code”), a way to develop an environment that embodies the highest ethical standards in business conduct.

The Code aims to ensure that all members of the Comau Group’s workforce act with the highest level of integrity, comply with applicable laws, and build a better future for our Company and the communities in which we do business. The Comau Group endorses the United Nations (“UN”) Declaration on Human Rights, the International Labor Organization (“ILO”) Conventions and the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (“OECD”) Guidelines for Multinational Companies and the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Accordingly, the Code is intended to be consistent with such guidelines.

The Code is approved by the Board of Directors of Comau Spa and by the Board of Directors of each of Comau’s subsidiaries.

The Code applies to all board members and officers of Comau and its subsidiaries, as well as full-time and part-time employees of the Comau Group and any of its subsidiaries. The Code also applies to all temporary, contract and all other individuals and companies that act on behalf of the Comau Group, wherever they are located in the world. We refer to this group collectively as our “workforce”.

The Comau Group shall use its best efforts to ensure that the Code is regarded as a best practice of business conduct and observed by those third parties with whom it maintains business relationships of a lasting nature such as suppliers, dealers, advisors and agents.

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