Based on the high ethical standards of behaviour adopted by the Company, TransContainer fully shares the approach to pursuing zero tolerance to any form of corruption.
TransContainer is a member of the Anti-Corruption Charter of the Russian Business. Participation in the Charter and consistent implementation of its provisions bear witness that the Company has adopted appropriate measures to prevent corruption, which, pursuant to the requirements of Art. 13.3 of the Federal Law No. 273-FZ dated 25 December 2008 On Combating Corruption, shall be taken by any organisation.
TransContainer does not tolerate any actions that are directly or indirectly associated with the offering, giving, promising, soliciting or receiving bribes, assisting in bribery, and any payments seeking to facilitate administrative, bureaucratic and other formalities made in any form by or to any persons/organisations, including government officials, public organisations, private companies, and political figures. This standing is confirmed by the CEO’s anti-corruption statement on the Company’s corporate website proclaiming zero tolerance to any form of corruption.
The Company has in place and regularly conducts training of its employees in anti-corruption and corporate fraud. All newly published and amended regulatory documents are communicated to all employees via e-mail and by placing them in the relevant sections of the corporate website.
In accordance with the Anti-Corruption Programme at TransContainer approved by the decision of the Company’s Executive BoardApproved on 23 December 2016 (Minutes No. 34), the Company set up a working group to develop anti-corruption, anti-fraud, and anti-embezzlement measuresCEO order No. 87 dated 4 April 2017.
TransContainer’s anti-corruption activities are governed by the following internal documents:
- TransContainer’s Anti-Corruption PolicyMinutes No. 43 of TransContainer’s Executive Board dated 16 May 2017.;
- The list of functions, which are most sensitive to corruption, corporate fraud, and embezzlementCEO order No. 52 dated 9 March 2017.;
- The Register of Corruption Risks and the List of Positions Related to Corruption RisksMinutes No. 1 dated 24 August 2017..
Extension of Anti-corruption Activities in 2018
The Risk Committee agreed on the Register of Corruption Risks and included the risk group «corruption risks: conflict of interests, insider trading, bribery, commercial briberyMinutes No. 6 dated 17 November 2017.» in the corporate risk map for 2018.
The Regulation on the Procedure for Addressing Conflict (or Potential Conflict) of Interest at TransContainerApproved by Order No. 182 dated 18 July 2018.was revised.
Stop Corruption Hotline Activities
There is a special hotline (firstname.lastname@example.org) on the Company’s intranet site and the Stop Corruption hotline on the corporate website. Complaints received through both lines are sent as e-mails to heads of the Economic Security Department and the Internal Audit Service.
In 2018, 357 complaints were registered, 176 calls of them were made to the hotline (email@example.com), 155 — to the call centre, and 26 — to firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail. All the facts mentioned in the complaints were reviewed, 22 situations were closely and comprehensively addressed.