Credito Fondiario Group ensures a sustainable development and the supervision of every risk area through the following policies and regulations, which guarantee the correct engagement of all stakeholders.
|Investitors & Partners||Risk|
|Code of Ethics and conduct||Remuneration Policies||Investment Regulation||Risk Appetite Framework Policy|
|Rules for Complaints and Petitions||Whistleblowing Regulations||Policy for Transactions with Related Parties and with Parties in Conflict of Interest||ICAAP, ILAAP and Pillar 3 Regulations|
|Personal Data Protection Policy||Netiquette Policy||Externalization Policy||Operational and Reputational Risk Regulations|
|Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Regulations||Confidential/Privileged Information Regulation||Media Relations Policy||SCI Functions Regulations|
|Special Servicing Collection Policies||Credito Fondiario Group Regulation||Special Servicing Oversight Functional Regulations||IT Security Policy|
|Esagon Account Policy||“Management of securitization transactions” Regulation||Policy for the most significant transactions|
|Performing Loans / UTP Management Functional Regulation||Organization, Management and Control Model pursuant to the Law Decree No. 231/2001|
|Banking Transparency Regulation||Risk Policies Handbook|
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