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The Legislative Decree n. 231/01 introduced in the Italian legal system an administrative liability for companies derived from crimes (so called “reati-presupposto”) carried out by the directors, managers or employees.
2R Capital has therefore adopted a risk control model (the “Model”) aimed at preventing any such violation. The Model has been updated, by the Board of Directors, on May 10th, 2019.
To ensure compliance with the Model, 2R Capital has appointed an independent Monitoring Body with the ability of inspect and audit the company.
Ethical behavior is at the heart of the way 2R Capital does business. Therefore, since 2016, 2R Capital has adopted a code of ethics.
The code of ethics is part of the Model and it sets out the rules of conduct, and points of reference that must guide every individual’s action both towards our colleagues, and with third parties.
The code of ethics is made available to any interested third party that requests it in writing.