|ISO 37301 certification obtained for “Compliance management system”||Confirmation of the highest legality rating score||+ 19.2% of tenders conducted on the basis of governance criteria||84.8% of suppliers with a ISO 14001 or EMAS certified environmental management system|
Poste Italiane recognises ethics and transparency as founding values of the corporate identity, as they support the Company in driving a responsible business and managing relations with stakeholders in a direct and transparent way. Compliance with regulations, internal and external policies and codes of conduct, respect for rules and the strictest fairness are elements of strategic importance for the Group and are the basis for preventing any situation of conflict that may arise between corporate and personal interests (1).
In line with the provisions of the Group's Integrated Policy, in 2022 Poste Italiane made no contributions of any kind, either directly or indirectly, to political parties, movements, committees and political and labor union organizations, or to their representatives or candidates, either in Italy or abroad. In this regard, in 2022 were disbursed contributions totaling € 3,263,286, fully allocated to trade associations.
(1) In this regard, it is specified that there were no cases of conflict of interest or money laundering during 2022.
Integrity and Transparency Data Overview
|Certify the main Group companies in accordance with the ISO 37001 standard||% of significant Group companies certified to ISO 37001||100% by 2022||2018||100%|
|Increase personnel training on the Group's ethical principles (including respect for human rights)||% of Group employees involved||100% by 2022||2018||100%|
|Group-wide implementation of the sustainable procurement framework||% coverage on Group purchases||100% by 2024||2021||30%|
|Verify ESG aspects in the supplier qualification process||% of suppliers belonging to significant product categories qualified according to ESG criteria||100% by 2022||2018||100%|
|Carrying out sustainability audits (ESGs) aimed at defining, establishing, and consolidating a supply relationship compliant with the Minimum Safeguards and capable of supporting the process of alignment to the Taxonomy of economic activities acquired from third parties by the Poste Italiane Group||% of the Group's qualified suppliers subject to sustainability audits||100% by 2024||2022||New|
|Implementation of the new Integrated Anti-Fraud Platform (PIAF) that combines fraud prevention objectives with improved customer satisfaction||% financial insurance, digital products||100% by 2024||2020||60%|
|Definition of ESG parameters in the participation requirements and in the evaluation criteria of the technical tender offers||% ESG coverage for OEPV tenders||100% by 2024||2022||New|