The Synergie Group ensures that ethical and compliance standards and laws are properly applied by all its subsidiaries around the world. The longevity of our group is due to the scrupulous respect of the rules of ethics and probity.
The Synergie Group’s anti-corruption programme is based on the three pillars recommended by the French Anti-Corruption Agency (AFA):
- Pillar I: Senior management’s commitment
- Pillar II: Risk mapping
- Pillar III: Risk management
The following tools presented here enable all of our third parties to ascertain the Synergie Group’s compliance with Law 2016-1691 of 9 December 2016 on transparency, the fight against corruption and the modernisation of economic life, known as the Sapin 2 Law:
A message from the CEO of Synergie SE
The anti-corruption charter
Code of conduct
Anti-bribery training programme
A whistleblowing system accessible to all
A third party evaluation platform
Policies and procedures : Gift policy
Anti-corruption risk mapping : Synergie Group has built a cross-functional risk mapping enabling it to implement a control procedure adapted to each identified exposure. For the sake of efficiency, eachsubsidiary has produced its own risk map, all of which have been validated by the Group’s Ethics Committee.
Internal whistleblowing system :
By clicking on SYNERGIE INTEGRITY LINE, you can access the secure Synergie Integrity Line platform to declare an alert according to the provisions of the Transparency, Anti-Corruption and Economic Modernisation Act 2016-1691 of 9 December 2016, or for any other professional alert reserved for temporary and permanent employees of the SYNERGIE Group.
Synergie is a member of many associations that work together to fight corruption :
Since 2017, the Synergie Group has adhered to the 10 principles of the United Nations Global Compact.
Since 2019, Synergie has been a member of an anti-corruption working group at Middlenext, in order to benefit from best practices in the deployment of the anti-corruption compliance program.