Corporation code of ethics

See Article History Corporate code of conduct CCCcodified set of ethical standards to which a corporation aims to adhere. Commonly generated by corporations themselves, corporate codes of conduct vary extensively in design and objective. Crucially, they are not directly subject to legal enforcement. In an era acutely aware of the dramatic social and environmental effects of corporate activity across the world, such codes of conduct have become the focus of considerable attention.

Corporation code of ethics

Directors, officers and employees are expected to avoid situations where personal interests could conflict with the interests of the Corporation.

Material Transactions and Interests Subject to exceptions and provisions contained in the Canada Business Corporations Act, a director or an officer of the Corporation shall disclose to the Corporation, in writing or by requesting to have it entered in the minutes of meetings of directors or of meetings of committees of directors, the nature and extent of any interest that he or she has in a material contract or material transaction, whether made or proposed, with the Corporation, if the director or officer a is a party to the contract or transaction; b is a director or an officer, or an individual acting in a similar capacity, of a party to the contract or transaction; or c has a material interest in a party to the contract or transaction.

In addition, the director shall, if requested by any other director, not be present at a meeting while the Board of Directors is considering any such material contract and shall not vote on such material contract, unless permitted by law.

Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption The Corporation is committed to carrying out its business ethically and without the use of bribery. Donations, Sponsorships, Political Contributions and Lobbying The Corporation is committed to making a positive contribution to the communities where it is established.

The Corporation supports worthwhile causes, and employees are encouraged to participate personally to support their communities. Individuals who wish to make political contributions on their own behalf are expected to comply with the applicable legal requirements in the relevant jurisdiction.

The obligation to keep certain information confidential applies both during and following employment or office with the Corporation.

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Directors, officers and employees may also acquire confidential information regarding individuals and corporate or business entities through their position with the Corporation. The Corporation expects such individuals who receive this type of information through their office or employment with the Corporation to protect the confidentiality of such information.

Privacy of Information The Corporation is committed to maintaining the confidentiality and security of the personal information regarding its employees, as well as any personal information it may collect from any other individuals, including its securityholders or the users of its websites and third-party social media sites.

Disclosure The Corporation is committed to consistent and fair disclosure practices aimed at informative, timely and broadly disseminated disclosure of information to the market in accordance with all applicable laws.

Corporation code of ethics

The Corporation is subject to the requirements of securities regulators and the Toronto Stock Exchange about how and when information about the Corporation is disclosed to the public. Directors, officers and employees must not respond to requests or inquiries from representatives of the media, regulators or the investment community unless authorized by the Corporation or requested to do so by an authorized spokesperson.

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Corporate property provided to directors, officers and employees in the course of their office or employment is and remains the property of the Corporation and such property shall be returned to the Corporation upon termination of office or employment as appropriate or upon request.

Directors, officers and employees should report any instances of theft, misuse or waste of funds or assets or appropriation of opportunity to the Chairman, a Co-Chief Executive Officer, the General Counsel or a member of the Audit Committee.

The Corporation is committed to ensuring the integrity of the recording, processing, retention and destruction of its documents and records to meet its obligations.

Corporation code of ethics

Reporting Illegal or Unethical Behaviour Directors, officers and employees who believe that a violation of the Code or any law, rule or regulation has been or is likely to be committed have an obligation to promptly report the relevant information to an appropriate supervisor or, in the case of directors and senior officers, to the General Counsel.

Confidentiality of reports made in good faith regarding alleged violations will be maintained to the fullest extent possible, consistent with the need to conduct an adequate review and subject to applicable law. An individual who receives such a report must make a record of its receipt, document how the situation was dealt with and report thereon to the General Counsel or a Co-Chief Executive Officer.

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The General Counsel or a Co-Chief Executive Officer will retain all such reports and may, depending on the circumstances, report to a Committee of the Board of Directors. The Corporation wishes to assure employees and officers that the Corporation will not discharge, demote or suspend an employee or officer who, in good faith, brings forward reasonable concerns about actual or potential violations of laws, rules or regulations, or the Code.

The Corporation has established the Accounting Complaints Handling Procedures, to allow employees to report complaints or concerns about the Corporation or any of its wholly owned subsidiaries regarding these matters, and to ensure that such reports are investigated promptly and thoroughly.

Please refer to the Accounting Complaints Handling Procedures for examples of possible concerns regarding accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters, and for instructions on reporting procedures.Corporate Governance The Hershey Company ("Hershey" or "Company") sets high ethical standards for the Company and our directors, officers and employees.

Integrity was a key value of the Company when it was established by Milton Hershey more than a century ago, and it remains an essential part of our culture to this day.

Code of Conduct - Sweden (PDF, 5 MB) Code of Conduct - UK (PDF, 5 MB) On August 31, , McKesson updated its Code of Conduct to reflect rebranding of its business operations in the European Economic Area and European Union under the consolidated name McKesson Europe, including translated versions for each of the different sub-brands and countries in which the company operates.

This Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the “Code”) applies to directors, officers and employees of Power Corporation of Canada (the “Corporation”) and its wholly owned subsidiaries, unless a comparable Code applies in respect of the subsidiary.

SABIC - Corporate Governance

ARTICLE 2: RULES OF CONDUCT AND CODE OF ETHICS. The code of ethics comprise the rules of conduct to be followed by all SABIC employees daily, in all transactions and in every work location.

Corporate Governance The Hershey Company ("Hershey" or "Company") sets high ethical standards for the Company and our directors, officers and employees. Integrity was a key value of the Company when it was established by Milton Hershey more than a century ago, and it remains an essential part of our culture to this day.

ARTICLE 1: CORPORATION VALUES. Controlling and organizing the rules of conduct and code of ethics in SABIC can be achieved by encouraging the following values: Inspire our employees by empowering them with a clear and common understanding .

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