Corporate Governance is considered the foundation of a modern industrial reality and represents the result of the change in sensitivity of the legislator for the relations between ethics and business; it includes everything that is able to “govern” the life of the company in order to ensure the achievement of the corporate objectives.
Corporate Governance is defined as “the system through which a company is managed and controlled, consisting of all the institutions and legal and technical rules, aimed at ensuring the protection of stakeholders (shareholders, employees, suppliers, customers, communities) through the proper company management in terms of governance and control”.
It is the mutual relationship of esteem and trust among people that should be part of every single area of working life, even in a corporate reality like the AEPI Group, which relies on the collaboration of over 200 employees.
A Corporate Governance system requires internal governing bodies and tools needed to spread the corporate culture among employees and to guarantee risk prevention in the context of business decisions.The Corporate Governance tools include the Preventive Control System pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/01.
From this section it is possible to trace the following instruments adopted by the Group: