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Sampo plc and its subsidiaries have their own whistleblowing channels through which employees and external stakeholders can raise concerns if they have reasonable grounds to suspect that someone employed by Sampo or any of the Group companies has breached the law or rules and regulations applicable to the financial services industry. All whistleblowing notifications are investigated promptly in a confidential manner, while protecting the identity of the whistleblower. The whistleblowing notifications reported through the subsidiaries’ whistleblowing channels are reported to the parent company, Sampo plc, as a part of regular compliance reporting to ensure group-level monitoring of these matters.
In addition to the whistleblowing channels, If, Topdanmark and Mandatum Life have their own incident reporting systems for monitoring operational risks. Information about the whistleblowing channels and incident reporting systems have been proactively communicated to the employees in the respective companies.
The Group companies encourage a culture of open discussion in which grievances can be aired and addressed proactively. Employees are encouraged to report unethical practices or possible violations of laws, regulations or internal policies directly to their leader, the HR contact person or the Compliance unit.
Characteristics of the whistleblowing systems in Sampo Group companies
|Available in local languages||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Available on the company's intranet||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Available on the company's external website||Yes||Yes||No||No|
|Anonymous reporting and protection of the whistleblower||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Number of whistleblowing notifications, Sampo Group