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At Develog we believe that forming loyal, inclusive relationships with our stakeholders creates real added value in the overall context of commercial transactions, both internal and external. This is why, at the heart of its management principles, Develog places compliance, a key element in achieving its mission and in putting into practice the business philosophy on which the group is based.

In line with these principles, Develog has:

• adopted an organisational and management model with a coordinated approach to risk management for business processes, in line with best practices in the sector and with national legislation on corporate liability (It. Leg. Decr. 231/01), which nforms its decision-making processes and commercial practices, finding the right balance between efficiency, rapidity, and guarantees. Throughout the urban planning process, its relations with the public administration and private professionals are based on compliance, integrity, responsibility, openness, transparency, and the publication of information. These are values of primary importance for Develog stakeholders, including institutional funds and major corporate groups;

• entrusted the lawyer Vittore d’Acquarone with the task of drafting and implementing compliance strategies;
• appointed Maria Cristina Motta, a lawyer with experience in the judiciary and in senior management of publicly owned entities, as supervisor;
• appointed Gen. Carlo Alfiero, a member of the Board of Directors of Develog, and former Deputy Commanding General of the Carabinieri and Prefect of Viterbo, as its compliance officer;
• established relations with its employees and collaborators based on their compliance with the principles of conduct expressed by corporate governance.

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In line with the approach, Develog has taken the following initiatives:

• Develog adopted an Organization Model with an approach to "business process" risk management coordinated and aligned to the best practices of reference and to the national legislation regarding the liability of entities (Legislative Decree 231/01). The Model guides decision-making processes and commercial practices. keeping a balance between efficiency, speed and guarantees and ensuring that relationships with public administrators and private professionals are inspired by compliance, integrity, responsibility, publicity, transparency and dissemination of information, which are primary interest values for Develog's Stakeholders, including institutional funds and important corporations.

• Develog appointed the Supervisory Body:
- Maria Cristina Motta, lawyer with experience in judiciary and in top management of public entities;
- Vittore d'Acquarone, criminal lawyer with experience in compliance and liability of entities pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001;
- Riccardo Roscini-Vitali, criminal lawyer with experience in compliance and liability of entities pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001;

• Develog appointed member of Board of Directors and former Chief of Staff of Financial Police and Deputy director of the national information and security bodies, Gen. Paolo Poletti as representative for compliance;

• Develog establishes relationships with employees and collaborators based on their observance of the principles of conduct expressed by the Governance;

Develog promotes a culture of free and sincere discussion, being convinced that from constructive dialogue can emerge new stimuli and opportunities for improvement. Despite the daily commitment of the people at Develog, Company is aware that in a complex structure it may not always be easy, for various reasons, to openly discuss delicate issues.

Therefore, Develog established a specific channel through which it is possible, under certain conditions, to make internal reports while keeping own identity confidential and adopted a procedure which specifies the conditions and methods for making and managing reports. In particular, the reporting platform is and the channel manager is Supervisory Body.