The following Policies and Codes apply in the context of implementing the Compliance Management System:
Our Code of Conduct is the framework for guiding the behavior of all people in the OTE Group of companies. Specifically, the Code confirms our commitment to consistently comply with the laws and regulations governing the operation of the OTE Group of companies as well as with the requirements relating to ethical behavior, and in conjunction with the five Guiding Principles it supports the success of our Group.
OTE Group Policy on Avoiding Corruption and other Conflicts of Interest
This Policy provides the framework for avoiding corruption and other conflicts of interest in relationships with customers and business partners.
OTE Group Code of Ethics for Senior Financial Officers
This Code defines the framework of conduct of the Senior Financial Officers, in order for honesty, integrity, transparency and ethical conduct by those persons to be promoted in the performance of their management responsibilities.
OTE Group Whistleblowing Policy
The Whistleblowing Policy provides a description of the rules and the basic guiding principles with regard to the handling of tip-offs related to violations of Company Policies, Regulations or current legislation.
Binding Corporate Rules Privacy
These rules contain the necessary requirements for the processing of personal data of both the subscribers and the employees of OTE Group in accordance with applicable Greek and European legislation and ensure the high level of protection of personal data.
OTE Group Policy on Insider Trading
The Policy on Insider Trading describes the responsibilities and obligations of the Employees of OTE Group regarding the Inside Information.
OTE Group Policy on Anti-Trust Law
The Policy on Anti-Τrust Law describes the operational framework in the context of antitrust law for the activities of OTE Group of Companies and its employees. It sets down corresponding operational guidelines for employees who conduct discussions or negotiations with competitors, suppliers or customers that have the potential to restrict the competitive freedom of action of OTE’s Group of Companies, its contractual partners or third-party companies.
OTE Group Donation Policy
The Donation Policy defines the specific transparent and mandatory procedures to be followed by OTE Group companies when assessing and implementing Donations, based on the action areas defined by the Sustainable Development strategy.
OTE Group Sponsoring Policy
The Sponsoring Policy describes how to deal with Sponsorship issues by setting out clear criteria for implementing the procedure which needs to be followed by the OTE Group companies in order to carry out Sponsorships, ensuring transparency regarding the efficient use of resources allocated for Sponsorships.
OTE Group Policy on Accepting and Granting of Benefits
This Policy provides a description of the rules and regulations of conduct with regard to the acceptance and offering of benefits in business dealings.
OTE Group Anti-Fraud Policy
The Anti-Fraud Policy provides a description of the rules and the basic guiding principles with regard to the fraud incidents that may occur at OTE Group companies and it sets the necessary measures for the prevention of such fraud cases.
OTE Group Event Policy
This Policy describes the basic conditions, principles and rules of conduct to be observed in the conception, planning, execution and monitoring of events.
Policy on Avoiding Sexual Harassment within OTE Group
Target of this Policy is the prevention of sexual harassment acts, the awareness of managers and employees in relation with this issue, and the enhancement of confidence of employees regarding the support they shall have by their superiors in such cases.
This policy specifies the key elements of Employee relations within OTE Group. It describes what we stand for in our relationship with Employees in all countries where we operate.
This Policy sets out the Sustainability strategy and the action plans for OTE and its affiliates, taking into consideration the social and financial circumstances as well as the culture priorities and challenges.
Based on the Company’s core values addressing business ethics, social and environmental commitments, the Company requires the Suppliers to adhere to the listed at the Code Principles, which will be attached to the contract entered between the Company and the Supplier. The Supplier shall do its utmost to implement these Principles through its whole supply chain.