Ethical business conduct
In all parts of the world where Eurovia operates, we are dedicated to conducting business in an exemplary manner with all of our stakeholders. Eurovia employees work in accordance with national regulations and with our own compliance requirements, which define the good practices we use in competition-related matters.
Compliance requirements: code of conduct for competition-related issues
- In addition to being prohibited in almost all countries, anti-competitive practices (agreements, abuse of dominance, and so on) also represent obstacles to Eurovia’s development. Our Company’s credibility, success, and sustainability depend on the strict observance of competition rules – this is critical to our continued ability to establish ourselves in new markets for the long term.
- Ethical business conduct became a fundamental corporate principle at Eurovia when the Company’s Legal Department established our compliance requirements, which set out good practices regarding competition-related matters. They are regularly updated and are accessible on the Company’s intranet site.
- For both public and private sector requests for proposals, the rules of conduct are clear: there can be no collusion between bidders, sharing of information, and joint venture or subcontracting arrangements without legal financial or technical justification.
Manifesto VINCI, commitment n°2 : Together! Comply with ethical principles
Ethical behaviour is key to our contracts and our customer relations.
Our companies apply our Code of Ethics and Conduct around the world.
We commit to ensuring total transparency in our own practices and in those of our subcontractors.
Publicizing our compliance requirements to promote good practices
At Eurovia, employees who speak and act on behalf of the Company are accountable for the business practices in their divisions and responsible for meeting our "compliance requirements." Accountability principles are reflected in the rules and guidelines that apply to employees (directives, delegation of authority, mandates, position records, etc.).
To ensure that information is current, relevant, and widely available, notably on the Neva intranet, it is regularly updated and complemented. Eurovia regularly organizes training initiatives, to which an e-learning component (online learning and knowledge management) will be added, particularly in France. Finally, all concerned employees may address any additional questions or concerns they may have to the competent authorities at Eurovia, including the legal department.