Italian Legislative Decree 231 of 8 June 2001 introduced standards into Italian legislation concerning companies (legal entities) with regards to criminal responsibility for a number of crimes committed or attempted by directors, employees or subjects under company direction or supervision in the interests or to the advantage of the same. Said responsibility is in addition to that of the natural person who materially commits a crime.
In order to prevent such risks and promote behaviour that is respectful of the law and of the ethical and moral principles that are the cornerstone of Allegrini S.p.A. operations, an Organisation, Management and Control Model - pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001 - has been set up to provide an articulated system of rules, processes and procedures aimed at preventing crime, and a Supervisory Board has been established, with the role of overseeing the functioning and the observance of the Model as well as updating it.
A disciplinary system has also been formulated in accordance with the various groups that the Model is aimed at, with the purpose of sanctioning non-compliance with the provisions set out by the Model.
The Supervisory Board is made up of three members appointed by the Board of Directors:
- Andrea Pavone (Chairman)
- Alessandra Palumbo
- Michele Falgari
It is possible to communicate with the Supervisory Board by writing to:
Organismo di Vigilanza
care of Allegrini S.p.A.
Vicolo Salvo D’Acquisto, 2
24050, Grassobbio (BG), Italy
Or by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
With the resolution passed by the Board of Directors on 21 May 2020, Allegrini S.p.A. adopted a Code of Ethics that sets out the principles, rules of behaviour, commitments and ethical responsibilities of the company, in terms of both activities directed towards clients and internal activities, with regards to its shareholders as well as its employees and collaborators.