Compliance is part of an ethical and societal approach that aims to protect the interests of clients while preserving the integrity and reputation of the group.
Compliance ensures compliance with regulations, informs stakeholders of the issues and risks, ensures compliance with good professional practices and transparency of information.
The Compliance Department advises both governance bodies and business operations to ensure that everyone is protected. In addition, it conducts training and awareness-raising activities that contribute to strengthening a common culture of compliance, creating value and cohesion within the group.
Four areas of intervention
Prevent, protect, inform, monitor, and control compliance works on a daily basis to enable the company to adapt to changes in the economy and society.
The prevention of the risk of non-compliance within the group is based on 4 major axes:
. Financial security (Fight against money laundering and terrorist financing, market integrity); . Professional ethics and professional conduct (conflicts of interest, professional alerts, rules of good conduct, fight against corruption and influence peddling); . Protection of customer interests (claims processing, banking inclusion, prior approval of new product compliance, product governance, prescription, management of outsourced services, etc.); . Fiscal transparency (IQ, FATCA, CRS).