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Corporate policies book

In April 2018, the Sustainability Committee in the Board of Directors of ACCIONA, approved a new Policy Book, which includes the review of existing policies and new policies of ACCIONA, integrating in a single document all the existing policies of the company.

The ACCIONA Policy Book reflects the commitments and the principles of action applicable to the company regarding economic, social, environmental and corporate governance issues.

The Policy Book is made up of the following sections:

Sustainability Policies

Sustainability and Innovation:  Includes the  Sustainability policy which is applicable Company-wide and establishes the framework for all other ACCIONA policies and standards; the Stakeholder Relations Policy and  the Innovation Policy.

The Economic Sphere and Good Governance: Includes the Anti-Corruption Policy,  Crime Prevention and Anti-Bribery Policy,  Antitrust Policy, Risk Management and Control Policy and Quality Policy.

The Social Sphere: Includes policies concerning Human Rights, Human Resources and Occupational Health and Safety, and Social Action.

The Environmental Sphere: Covers policies on the Environment, Biodiversity, Fight on Climate Change and Water.

Other Policies

Includes the Policy on Communication and Contact with Shareholders and Investors,  Director Selection Policy,  Director Remuneration Policy and Personal Data Protection Policy.

 

*These are translations of a duly approved Spanish-language document, and are provided for informational purposes only. In the event of any discrepancy between the text of these translations and the text of the original Spanish-language document which this translation is intended to report, the text of the original Spanish-language shall prevail."

 


Corporate policies book

Within the framework of the Sustainability Master Plan 2020 (SMP 2020) the ACCIONA Policy Book has been updated, including the review of existing policies and new policies of ACCIONA and integrating in a single document all existing policies in the company.


Director remuneration policy

The General Meeting of Shareholders, held on 18 May 2017, approved the new Director remuneration policy. Consult  the general principles and the remuneration for the board of directors for its collegiate and additional remuneration system for performance of executive functions here

 

This is translation of a duly approved Spanish-language document, and is provided for informational purposes only. In the event of any discrepancy between the text of this translation and the text of the original Spanish-language document which this translation is intended to report, the text of the original Spanish-language shall prevail.


Policy on communications and contacts with shareholders and investors

ACCIONA has adopted this policy in order to enhance communications with its shareholders and investors in Spain and other countries and to foster transparency in public disclosures about the group.

 

This is translation of a duly approved Spanish-language document, and is provided for informational purposes only. In the event of any discrepancy between the text of this translation and the text of the original Spanish-language document which this translation is intended to report, the text of the original Spanish-language shall prevail.


Director selection policy

ACCIONA has approved a policy of selection of Directors that ensures that proposals for the appointment or re-election of Directors are based on a prior analysis of the needs of the Board of Directors and that their composition favors the diversity of knowledge, experiences and gender.

 

This is translation of a duly approved Spanish-language document, and is provided for informational purposes only. In the event of any discrepancy between the text of this translation and the text of the original Spanish-language document which this translation is intended to report, the text of the original Spanish-language shall prevail.


Personal data protection Policy

The main purpose of this policy is to establish the company's commitment regarding personal data protection and to define a framework that allows ensuring said protection and respecting the aforementioned principles and rights that are established by applicable legislation.

 

This is translation of a duly approved Spanish-language document, and is provided for informational purposes only. In the event of any discrepancy between the text of this translation and the text of the original Spanish-language document which this translation is intended to report, the text of the original Spanish-language shall prevail.


ACCIONA Group Anti-corruption Guidelines

The ACCIONA Group undertakes to conduct its business with integrity. This means avoiding any form of corruption and fulfilling all the applicable laws and other regulations against bribery and corruption and to follow the recommendations of international organisations such as the OECD and the United Nations. The Group is also a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, under which we have made a commitment to combat corruption and bribery worldwide.

 

This commitment on the part of ACCIONA is set out in our Code of Conduct, our Anticorruption Policy, as well as in the Anti-corruption Guidelines approved by the Group Board of Directors. These guidelines provide compliance guidelines to prevent misconduct, being applicable and compulsory for employees and third parties with which ACCIONA works (including agents, brokers, consultants and suppliers).

 

This is translation of a duly approved Spanish-language document, and is provided for informational purposes only. In the event of any discrepancy between the text of this translation and the text of the original Spanish-language document which this translation is intended to report, the text of the original Spanish-language shall prevail.


RISK MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL POLICY

The Risk Management and Control Policy aims to guide and direct the set of organisational, strategic, and operational actions that enable the Board of Directors to accurately pinpoint the acceptable level of risk, so that those in charge of the different lines of business can maximise the company’s profitability, maintain or increase its assets and equity, and be sure of achieving above certain levels, preventing uncertain and future events from negatively influencing target achievement.

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