Iren and the main Group companies have adopted Organisational, Management and Control Models under the terms of Legislative Decree No. 231/2001 with the objective of creating a structured and organic system of procedures and control activities aimed at preventing, as far as possible, conduct that can entail committing the crimes contemplated by Legislative Decree no. 231/2001. Alongside the Organisational, Management and Control Model, Iren S.p.A. has adopted, with a resolution of the Board of Directors of 10 December 2010, also the Code of Ethics. This document has been updated several times over the years and was approved in its current version by the Board of Directors on 18 December 2020.
During 2021, the main Group Companies continued the Project for substantial revision and updating of the Organisational, Management and Control Models in order to guarantee their constant consistency with the organisational changes that had occurred and with the introduction by the legislator of new offences, so that they maintain over time their effective ability to prevent 231 offences from being committed. The updated 231 Models were subsequently submitted to the Supervisory Body, presented to the Boards of Directors of the individual companies for approval, and published in their entirety on the companies' intranet sites. Iren and the main companies in the Group have established, by a resolution of the Board of Directors, a Supervisory Body pursuant to art. 6 of Legislative Decree. 231/2001, with the task of supervising the functioning of and compliance with the model and ensuring that it is updated. In 2019, the Board of Directors of Iren S.p.A. confirmed the sitting as a united bench of its Supervisory Body appointing three external professionals with legal, corporate governance, organisational, economic and financial skills, with the objective of meeting the requirements of autonomy, independence and professionalism required by law. The Board of Directors also appointed a Contact Person within the Supervisory Body in order to ensure the coordination and continuity of action of the Body itself and the constant identification of a reference in the Parent. IREN S.p.A.'s Supervisory Body, availing itself of the competent corporate units, performs checks on areas of activity considered at risk under the terms of Legislative Decree no. 231/2001, and half-yearly reports to the Board of Directors on its activities and findings. If it is considered necessary, the Supervisory Body expresses suggestions aimed at improving the system for controlling the activities and monitors its implementation.
Both the general part of the Model and the Code of Ethics are available on the Parent's website.