Code of Conduct

Elo’s Code of Conduct determines the way in which Elo operates in different situations. These ethical principles for business are based on the cornerstones (values) and operational models of Elo’s corporate culture and describe the activities to which Elo and its employees are committed and our approach to our daily operations. The aim is for the Code of Conduct to be a concise collection of all the internal and external regulations that concern our operations.

The Code of Conduct takes a stand on, among other issues, good governance, the recognition of conflict of interest situations, data protection issues and anti-bribery principles. Each Elo employee has a responsibility to comply with the Code of Conduct and to make notification of any suspected violations of the guidelines.

Elo's Code of Conduct (pdf) >

Anti-bribery and corruption policy 

Elo does not approve the use of bribery, corruption and other unethical means of influence in any aspect of its business activities. Elo’s Board of Directors has confirmed the Anti-bribery and corruption principles that are intended to prevent any form of bribery and corruption.

The policy concern all Elo employees and supplement Elo’s Code of Conduct and other rules and guidelines. Elo also requires all its co-operative partners to comply with similar principles.

While Elo’s Board of Directors bears the overall responsibility for compliance with the policy, each Elo employee is responsible for ensuring their own personal compliance.

Elo's anti-bribery and corruption policy (pdf) >