NN Group Code of Conduct
Through our retirement services, insurance, investments and banking products, we are committed to helping our customers secure their financial futures. To fulfil our purpose, we base our work on three core values: care, clear, commit. Our values, which we published under the title NN statement of Living our Values, set the standard for conduct and provide a compass for decision making. These Values are further expanded in the General Code of Conduct NN Netherlands (“Code of Conduct”). Furthermore, the Code of Conduct provides additional standards and rules, to ensure that the requirements NN has for the employees are clear to them.
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NN Group Whistleblower Policy
The NN Group Whistleblower Policy applies to all NN Group entities. NN Group's reputation and organizational integrity are key requirements to operate successfully in financial services. Failing to meet these requirements would violate the NN Group Values and may expose NN Group and its employees to possible regulatory and/or criminal liability.
Internal reporting of (suspected) criminal or unethical conduct by or within NN is vital for maintaining sound business conduct. Employees are encouraged to report any of these behaviours through the normal reporting channels (i.e. through their immediate or next higher level manager) in order to keep an open dialogue.
However, an employee may feel unable or uncomfortable raising a concern through the normal reporting channels. The NN Group Whistleblower Policy enables every employee to report, including anonymously, a concern outside the normal reporting channels. NN Group guarantees several rights, including protection from retaliation, for an employee who reports a concern in good faith, who provides information, who causes information to be provided or who otherwise assists in an investigation and who respects the confidentiality of the matter.
As of 1 July 2016 an Annex is added for the NN Group entities established in the Netherlands to implement the requirements of the Dutch House for Whistleblowers Act.
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NN Group Compliance Charter & Framework
NN Group is committed to the preservation of its reputation and integrity through compliance with applicable laws, regulations and ethical standards in each of the markets in which it operates. All employees are expected to adhere to these laws, regulations and ethical standards, and management is responsible for ensuring such compliance. Compliance is therefore an essential ingredient of good corporate governance.
The purpose of this policy, which was renewed in June 2015, is to help businesses to effectively manage their Compliance Risks. The first part of the document - the Charter - describes the organisation, operation and governance of compliance for NN Group. The Framework consists of structures, tools and processes that guide compliance activities. It enables senior management, business managers, and employees to understand and effectively manage compliance risks.
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Insider Regulation NN
The Insider Regulation NN is an NN Group policy, based on the Market Abuse Regulation (Verordening Marktmisbruik). An essential element of this policy is to prevent (the appearance of) dealing while having inside information regarding NN Group. Employees within the organisation who (could) possess inside information regarding NN are assigned as ‘Insider NN’ and are as such governed by the (additional) rules of the Insider Regulation NN. These rules refer, among other things, to their personal account dealing in NN financial instruments, the monitoring thereof and the treatment of confidential information relating to NN Group.
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Personal Account Dealing Standard
The Personal Account Dealing Standard is an NN Group policy, based on the Market Abuse Regulation (Verordening Marktmisbruik). An essential element of this policy is to prevent (the appearance of) insider dealing. Employees within the Netherlands who (could) possess inside information are assigned as ‘Insider’ and are as such governed by the (additional) rules of the Personal Account Dealing Standard. These rules refer, among other things to their personal account dealing, the monitoring thereof and the treatment of confidential information.
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