The privacy of our customers, personnel and partners is of utmost importance to us. We continuously train our personnel in data protection issues, and every one of our employees has completed a financial sector data protection course.
Taaleri has an information security policy, principles and processes that are approved by the Board and updated annually. Maintaining information security is the responsibility of every Taaleri employee, and taking care of information security is part of daily operations. Each member of staff is responsible for complying with the safety instructions and for reporting any threats, abuses and their attempts to their supervisor, risk control / ICT and, if necessary, the CEO. Reasonable suspicion of misconduct must also be reported to risk control / ICT.
Corruption and bribery
Taaleri does not approve of any kind of corruption, bribery or other activity that may create an impression of inappropriately influencing a business decision, yields an inappropriate advantage to a party or person or can be seen as trying to influence decision-making in other ways.
Prevention of money laundering and of the financing of terrorism
Taaleri has zero tolerance for money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Laws and official regulations relating to the prevention of money laundering and the financing of terrorism must always be complied with in Taaleri’s business operations. Each Group employee takes part in Taaleri’s training programme on the prevention of money laundering and the financing of terrorism. In addition to personal training, it also includes online training.
Compliance with sanctions
In its operations, Taaleri complies with all binding official instructions and regulations, including for financial sanctions. At the start of their employment all Taaleri employees receive training on Taaleri Group’s sanctions policy and the measures used to ensure compliance with it.
In addition to local laws and regulations, Taaleri is committed to observing internationally recognised human rights, as defined in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the basic standards of the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
Taaleri Group has an electronic whistleblowing channel that any Group employee can use to anonymously report activity they have observed that does not comply with regulations. Reports submitted anonymously will be received by the Group’s internal control function, which will initiate the necessary measures based on the reports.