Dassault Aviation carries out its business in compliance with the national laws and international conventions in force in the countries in which it operates.
As well as complying with the relevant laws, the company adheres to a strict ethical code in its activities.
Dassault Aviation has set out in its Ethical Charter, the values that federate the action of all its employees and the conduct that each must follow in his or her dealings with the company’s customers, suppliers subcontractors and partners.
Observing a strict Code of ethics, the Group promises to act in accordance with the Convention of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the United Nations Convention (UN) and national laws.
For many years, the Dassault Aviation Group has implemented strict internal procedures to prevent corruption and ensure the integrity, ethics and reputation of the Group in its commercial relations.
Within the context of this ethical approach, the Chairman-Chief Executive Officer reaffirms his commitment to apply a “zero tolerance policy“ towards corruption and influence peddling, for the company and its subsidiaries.
Since 2017, Dassault Aviation and its subsidiaries completed their process by implementing specific measures to prevent and detect corruption and influence peddling:
All these procedures (and information and formations) are available on the company intranet site.
The Ethics Department, an independent unit reporting to the Chairman-Chief Executive Officer and to the board, is responsible for establishing evaluating and monitoring these measures.
The company respects the rules set up by the law of 10 December 2016 regarding the lobbying actions.
Group Chief Compliance Officer