Porsche Finance Group (PFG) is a part of the Porsche Holding Group and stands for sustainable economic activity and fair business relations.
Both documents include strict definitions of basic notions, in accordance with international legislation, as well as detailed interpretation of useful and important subjects for staff. For instance, Anti-corruption Guidelines provide with practical examples of situations that may result in corruption and advices for staff of how to act in such cases.
Beside own standing, PFG also pays significant attention to repute of its partners. A special chapter in the Guidelines is dedicated to the choice and check of potential counteragents. Furthermore, as set forth in the Guidelines, PFG avoids cooperation with internationally sanctioned or embargoed companies and persons.
“Our customers must be confident that the Porsche Finance Group acts solely on legal grounds and observes international standards of work. Reputation is our largest asset that we have to protect and develop. Therefore, we have a strict stance on corruption: PFG does solely fair business. We stress on our direct obligation to observe fundamental values, such as honesty, justice, stability and partnership, in accordance with the introduced guidelines. They are pledge of Porsche Holding success and transformation to the most profitable, appealing and stable automobile company in the world”, says Joseph Graf, CEO of Porsche Finance Group.
Anti-Trust Guidelines contain subjects related to competition, awareness raising of both national and international antitrust legislation. In the Guidelines the staff may find the responses to the following issues: what monopolistic activity is, in which cases information exchange between companies is illegal, which consequences of violation of antitrust legislation emerge etc.