An open channel for concerns and compliance
IESE is committed to promoting, upholding and encouraging the best policies, ethical standards and practices to ensure that laws are respected and misconduct is avoided. For that reason, IESE makes available this reporting channel, which allows anyone in our community, in a confidential and anonymous way, to come forward to report concerns about irregular activities or misconduct.
Easy, anonymous and confidential
1. Choose to report anonymously or to identify yourself.
2. Explain your concerns in detail and provide additional documentation.
3. Submit and confirm your complaint. You’ll receive a username and password to follow up.
4. Contact IESE’s compliance team to find out the status of your report.
What can I report?
Any IESE employee, participant or community member can use our Compliance Channel to report in a confidential and anonymous way any concerns, practices or non-compliance related to the following areas:
- Conduct that may violate laws (for example, possible corruption) or other regulations, which is occurring in relationship to IESE activities.
- Any concern or conduct related to money laundering at IESE.
- Conduct that breaches or fails to meet norms, objectives and ethical principles contained in IESE’s internal governance codes.
- Conduct that entails the risk or suspicion of workplace harassment and/or sexual harassment, involving people belonging to the IESE community.
- Conflicts of interest.
- Other conduct or behavior that may pose a serious risk to IESE’s corporate responsibility or reputation.
Legal Guarantees and Obligations
Procedures regulating the Compliance Channel incorporate three basic guarantees, following requirements of Directive 2019/1937 (EU), of Oct. 23, 2019, for the protection of whistleblowers:
·Guarantee to protect the identify of whistleblowers.
·Guarantee that the whistleblower will not suffer reprisals.
·Guarantees of the whistleblower (guarantee of defense and presumption of innocence).
IESE’s Compliance Channel meets the legal obligations contained in:
Art. 24 of Law 3/2018 of December 5 to protect data and guarantee digital rights; Art. 26 bis of Law 10/2010 of April 28 on issues preventing money laundering; as well as in the Procedure of the IESE Compliance Channel.