Reports of corporate crimes have assumed greater importance and represent a further organizational risk for companies. Legislative Decree no. N. 24/2023, in fact, introduces provisions on Whistleblowing, expanding the provisions already in force pursuant to Legislative Decree N. 231/2001 and broadens both the number of subjects with the power to make reports, and the object of reports, since it is possible to report reports not only of European Union law in specific sectors, but also of national law.

The company is required to establish three types of reporting channels: internal channel, external channel and public disclosure. Reported Whistleblowing must be handled by personnel specifically trained on the matter, who are independent and impartial with respect to top management. In the event of retaliatory activities to the detriment of the whistleblower or in the event of failure to implement the reporting channels, fines ranging from 5,000 to 50,000 euros may be imposed.

SOGESA, thanks to the skills of our professionals and decades of experience acquired, offers support to companies in the management of reports, both as a consultant and as an external member of the Supervisory Body.

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