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Compliance

The main objective of systematically implementing compliance activities is establishing a system that allows Telekom Slovenije to operate in compliance with the law, regulations and its own internal rules. Telekom Slovenije’s compliance activities focus on the following areas:

  • Prevention of corruption and conflict of interest;
  • Competition law;
  • Data protection;
  • Prevention of money laundering.

The person in charge of compliance is the Compliance and Integrity Officer, who is appointed by the Management Board. By providing comprehensive guidance on compliance, defining processes, creating internal controls and training our employees, the company wants to mitigate and prevent risks in Telekom Slovenije, as well as other companies in the group as much as possible.

The Code of Ethics of the Telekom Slovenije Group sets the basic guidelines for our operations and specifies the responsibilities Telekom Slovenije Group’s employees have in their relations to colleagues, our users, shareholders, the community and the environment where we do business, and all other stakeholders that enter relationships with our group in various ways. We promote tolerance, mutual respect and respect of basic human rights at work. We encourage fair and ethical conduct and business, compliant with the relevant legislation.

We also understand the importance of compliance throughout the supply chain, so we created the Supplier Code of Business Conduct of Telekom Slovenije Group, which sets the main principles and standards of conduct. By accepting the Code, our suppliers undertake to act in accordance with the relevant national and international regulations, and to uphold the highest ethical and business standards in their operations.

In January 2020, Telekom Slovenije signed the Commitment to Respect Human Rights in Business Operations, since we at the company are well aware of the importance of protecting human rights. By signing this document, we are committing to respect human rights in the business process and to prevent possible negative impacts on human rights. The commitment is based in particular on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the UN, at the national level, however, this area is covered by the National Action Plan of the Republic of Slovenia: Respect for Human Rights in economy.

If you have any questions or require additional information about compliance, please send us an e-mail to skladnost@telekom.si. 

Telekom Slovenije also has a channel for reporting non-compliant conduct.
Reports can be made by employees or external stakeholders by writing to prijave@telekom.si. 

Compliance and Integrity Officer:
Danijel Ramšak

Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Prevention Officer:
Jernej Nemec