In accordance with the engagements declared and assumed with the Code of Ethics to its stakeholders, with the resolution of the Board of Directors of Enel SpA on July 23, 2002, Enel was the first company to adopt the Organizational and Management Model provided for by the Legislative Decree of June 8, 2001, n. 231, which introduced a liability regime, which is described as administrative but is in fact criminal, for specific offences for which companies are charged.
Subsequently, all other companies within the Enel Group were equipped with their own Organizational and Management Model.
The Model adopted by each company has been updated and integrated over time according to legislative interventions that have taken place over the years, which have broadened the category of predicate offenses of administrative liability pursuant to Decree 231/01.
The Model adopted by each company is consistent in content with the provisions of the guidelines drawn up by trade associations on the subject and with US best practice, and represents a further step towards rigor, transparency and responsibility in internal relations and with the outside world, while offering Enel's shareholders the best guarantee of effective and proper management.
The Model of each company consists of a "General Part" which relates to the reference legislation, the function of the Model itself and the Supervisory Board, and individual "Special Parts" aimed at the prevention of different types of Crime.
Any violation or suspected violation of Model 231/01 and/or any other information pertaining to the implementation of the Model can be reported to the competent Supervisory Board:
- for Enel SpA
reports can be sent in paper form to the following address:
Enel SpA, Audit Function
Organismo di Vigilanza Enel SpA
Via Dalmazia, 15
or by e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- for other companies in the Group
please use the contact details of the respective Supervisory Boards – Click here to read