GranBio and its managers are committed to conducting their business with ethics, integrity, transparency and in compliance with applicable laws. For this reason, GranBio’s corporate governance requires the adoption of an Integrity Program, which determines the guidelines that should guide the internal and external relations of all members of GranBio, including employees, managers, officers and shareholders.
This program consolidates all initiatives to promote and strengthen an ethical and honest culture and to mitigate risks through mechanisms for the prevention, detection and remediation of illicit and unwanted acts.
Discover the pillars of the GranBio Integrity Program:
GranBio is the only company in its sector to be on the list of Pro-Ethical companies of the Ministry of Transparency, Inspection and General Controllership of the Union (CGU), for four consecutive times, in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Pro-Ethics was created by the Ministry in partnership with Instituto Ethos to promote a more honest, ethical and transparent corporate environment in Brazil. To this end, it awards companies that adopt integrity measures aimed at preventing, detecting and remedying illegal acts in the relationship between the public and private sectors.
For more information, check out the website of the Ministry of Transparency, Inspection and Control.
GranBio is an associated company of Instituto Ethos for Business and Social Responsibility, which is committed to promoting a more just and sustainable society.
GranBio is part of Instituto Ethos’ Integrity Working Group. It is also a signatory to the Business Pact for Integrity and Against Corruption, which gathers companies to promote a more ethical and honest market and eradicate bribery and corruption. Furthermore, it is a signatory to the Corporate Movement for Integrity and Transparency.
The Instituto Ethos of Business and Social Responsibility is a non-governmental organization created with the mission of mobilizing, raising awareness and helping companies manage their businesses in a socially responsible fashion, making them partners in building a sustainable and fair society.
Since 2013, GranBio has been a member of the PACI, Partnership Against Acts of Corruption, an initiative of the World Economic Forum.
By joining the PACI, companies from various sectors around the world commit to addressing problematic issues of common interest related to fighting corruption and establishing the PACI guidelines.
Launched in 2004, the PACI works as the main platform for global CEOs in the fight against corruption, based on the cornerstones of public-private cooperation, responsible leadership and technological progress. With approximately 90 signatories from different sectors across the globe, the PACI gives voice to business leaders in the fight against corruption and in favor of transparency.
To learn about PACI’s initiatives, click here.