PwC strives to be a reliable organisation now and in the future. These principles are embedded in our Code of Conduct. Nevertheless, business wrongdoing or incidents can always occur.
The purpose of the Code of Conduct Reporting & Whistleblowing Procedure is to enable incidents or suspected incidents of business wrongdoing to be raised safely within the PwC organisation and to be handled adequately, so that suitable measures may be taken in a timely fashion. By doing so, this procedure can contribute to existing best practices with a view to promoting ethical behaviour, improving quality and preventing and combating abuses and incidents.
The procedure applies to employees of PwC, but also to third parties. Third parties are referred to chapter three of the Code of Conduct Reporting & Whistleblowing. A third party that suspect any form of business malpractice, a particular incident or a complaint concerning the professional conduct of an accountant or an accounting and administration consultant, can report this to the secretary of the Business Conduct Committee.
Reports can be addressed as follows:
Secretary of the Business Conduct Committee
1060 WD Amsterdam
You can also send an email to:
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