Integrity and Ethics Policy

Integrity and Ethics Policy

February 2023


APRIL Group is committed to sustainable development and upholds our business philosophy of doing what is "Good for the Country, Good for the Community, Good for the Climate, Good for the Customer, and Good for the Company".

APRIL recognizes its corporate responsibility to uphold integrity in its business conduct. We comply with RGE's Code of Conduct and Code of Procurement Ethics which prescribes a zero tolerance approach to non-compliance with the policy across all Business Groups in RGE and Business Partners.

As a signatory to the UN Global Compact, APRIL is committed to its Principle 10 that states "Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery".

This policy sets out APRIL's approach to unacceptable business practices, including bribery and corruption. It requires compliance with all applicable laws and regulations on bribery and corruption in countries where APRIL operates, including the relevant guidelines set out in the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.

All APRIL employees and any person who performs services and/or acts for and on behalf of APRIL, including contractors, suppliers, consultants, agency staff and business partners ("persons associated with APRIL") are required to adhere to this policy, irrespective of the jurisdiction they operate in and the laws applicable to such jurisdiction (where this policy represents a higher standard). Non-compliance may result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment and/or the termination of a third party contract (as the case may be). We will endeavor to make third parties aware of the significance to APRIL of this policy and will encourage them to apply the same policy or a similar standard.

Integrity and Ethics Policy

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