The activities of CAL&F Group are in full compliance with the rules, laws, regulations and ethical principles that apply to us. In particular, CAL&F focuses on:
Since 2017, the Crédit Agricole Group has implemented an Ethics Charter highlighting its close ties, responsibility and solidarity values and stating its commitments, identity and principles. Download below:
The Ethics Charter has been declined operationally in the Code of Conduct which completes in this way the commitments of the Group Charter.
The rules set out in the Crédit Agricole Leasing & Factoring Code of Conduct are applicable to all CAL&F employees, as well as external and occasional employees, regardless of their position at CAL&F. They reflect our desire to do even more to better serve our customers.
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As a cornerstone of our ethical and societal commitments, CAL&F's anti-corruption system is based on:
CAL&F benefits from the international ISO 37 001 standard for its anti-corruption management system. This certification was renewed in August 2019.
It attests that the risks of corruption have been correctly identified and analysed and that the program implemented by CAL&F is designed to limit these different risks, by applying international best practices.
The achievement of this certification illustrates Crédit Agricole Group’s long-standing commitment to corporate ethics, a key element of its corporate social responsibility policy.
Crédit Agricole Leasing & Factoring employees play a key role in preventing corruption. It is their duty to act loyally and responsibly. They are regularly updated through training modules on how to act on a day-to-day basis.
An Alert system is in place to alert CAL&F’s Senior Management about serious and practical incidents that are contrary to the Code of Conduct.
This tool is based on a secure external platform that guarantees the protection of personal data and strict confidentiality of information. It can be accessed via the following link: