Our Commitment To Compliance
We all have an obligation to maintain our values and legal standards in our business relationships everywhere we operate. Together we will continue this commitment as One Celanese. How we do business matters.
Think. Comply. Prevent. Doing the right thing ensures the
integrity of the Company and helps strengthen our reputation.
Avoiding corrupt practices positions us for a sustainable future.
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If you need to discuss an issue, the best place to start is often with your Supervisor. They know your situation; they can direct you to resources, help you with procedures, and lend immediate support. But you can also reach out to our Celanese Leaders, HR Partner, or Chief Compliance Officer.
The Ethics Helpline is always available to you to raise your compliance concerns confidentially or anonymously. It’s necessary to report certain compliance issues (bribes, price fixing, and failures of financial integrity) to the Chief Compliance Officer or the Ethics Helpline because they can result in serious consequences.
Celanese will not permit retaliation for providing information regarding any conduct which you reasonably believe constitutes a violation of our Business Conduct Policy, any applicable law, or for participating in an investigation.
All Ethics Helpline calls are confidential and, if you like, you can raise concerns anonymously.
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A red flag does not disqualify a Third-Party Intermediary (TPI) but does require additional review and, in some cases, mitigation to reduce potential risk. Here are some scenarios to consider.
The following steps are required during the due-diligence process of determining potential Third-Party Intermediary status.
Third party is an Intermediary subject to Anti-Corruption Policy due diligence and certification requirements and must be under contract; therefore, begin due-diligence process.
No due diligence required; instead follow vendor/customer process.