It is the policy of Agromino not to engage in bribery or corruption and comply with applicable anti-corruption laws. We support the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. We adhere to the UN Global Compact principle 10: We shall work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery. Making, promising or offering any payments, gifts or inducements with the purpose of influencing someone (incl. government officials, suppliers, clients, etc.) to act improperly is strictly forbidden; the same applies to accepting payments, gifts or inducements. All payments should be reasonable and fall within the acceptable commercial practice. All such expenses have to be properly recorded in the accounts. We do not tolerate so-called facilitating payments (for example small unofficial payments to officials in order to speed up processes). Agromino does not make political contributions. When engaging in business relationships Agromino chooses its partners with the same zero-tolerance approach to corruption and bribery. The Group appreciates the risk of corruption and bribery in the countries it operates and continues to take measures to minimise this risk. All funds received and paid by the Group and its subsidiaries during the course of business are strictly accounted and handled via bank transfers exclusively to minimise the possibilities of cash being taken in or out for the purposes of bribery.