Corporate Documents and Policies
Articles of Association
Organizational Management Structure of the Group
Board Committee Charters
- Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter
- Audit and Risk Committee Charter
- Innovation and Technology Committee Charter
- Chair’s Committee Charter
Internal Audit Charter
Code of Conduct
Supply Chain Policy on Child Labor
- Global Supply Chain Policy on Child Labor – English
Make Yourself Heard
At PolyPeptide we strive to remain focused on the needs of our customers and business, while adhering to fundamental principles of ethics and compliance. The foundation of our commitment is our Code of Conduct, which is mandatory for all employees across PolyPeptide.
Our managers have leadership responsibilities for setting a good example, encouraging an environment of open and honest communication without fear of retaliation, and taking prompt action when ethical or compliance issues are brought to their attention.
We also maintain applicable whistleblower programs through which anybody with knowledge or suspicion of illegal activities or irregularities at PolyPeptide can report observations confidentially and even anonymously, if desired.
Anyone who, in good faith, raises a concern about a possible ethics or compliance violation will be supported by PolyPeptide management and will not be subject to any form of retaliation. Issues we encourage to be reported include breaches of applicable laws and regulations like fraud, embezzlement, misuse of assets, forgery of documents, accounting manipulation, bribery, corruption, money laundering, competition law breaches, breaches of occupational health and safety legislation, infringements of environmental regulations and pollution of the environment and workplace conflicts such as bullying, harassment, discrimination, physical violence, threats and sexual abuse. To ensure confidentiality, PolyPeptide has mandated the operation of its whistleblower hotlines to PwC. PwC is an independent audit, tax and advisory firm, which receives reports on behalf of PolyPeptide to ensure independent channels for concerns.