We hold ourselves to the highest standards of management at The Vita Group and ensure that we operate in open, accountable and responsible ways. We continually monitor the changing environment in which we operate so that the risks and opportunities that are important to our stakeholders are understood, documented and managed.

We endeavour to manage our stakeholders’ expectations in a transparent, fair and rigorous manner. Our governance structure and processes allow us to respond to challenges and opportunities in a considered and deliberate way—and provide the framework for acting ethically throughout The Vita Group.

We have a zero-tolerance stance on infractions of our Group-wide policies on anti-bribery, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, fraud, trade sanctions and data protection. Selected employees receive mandatory training annually on their ethical responsibilities and employees in high-risk roles receive advanced training on bribery and corruption. A Group-wide risk assessment was performed in 2017 in response to the introduction of the UK Criminal Finances Act to consider the impacts of the Act on our businesses.

We annually review our sanctions policy to specify the requirement for all businesses to perform name screening of vendors, suppliers, outsourcers, employees and other third-parties on a regular basis. There is a detailed annual compliance training programme which includes biennial face-to-face training at all sites on anti-competitive behaviours, bribery and corruption and data protection. This training is done in each jurisdiction in the national language.

We are committed to always acting ethically, transparently and fairly. Our commitments are to:

  • We will continue to operate within the law in all countries where we do business.
  • We will train all employees each year using a holistic compliance programme focussed on higher risk areas, with third-party touchpoints.
  • We will continue to scan our external environment for threats and opportunities and transparently manage risks and prospects with our Boards and Governance committees.

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