Vedanta - Code of Conduct and UK Bribery Act

The objective of the course is to familiarize KCM employees with the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and also to introduce the salient features of the UK Bribery Act

Session on Code of Conduction and UK Bribery Act

Vedanta Group Philosophy

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics - Reporting

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics - Guidelines

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics - Insider Trading

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics - Whistle Blower Policy

Code of Business Conduct & Ethics - Whistle Blower Policy

UK BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION ACT 2010

UK BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION ACT 2010

UK BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION ACT 2010

UK BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION ACT 2010

UK BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION ACT 2010

Applicability of UK AB&C Act

Recent bribery related prosecutions

Recent bribery related prosecutions

Recent bribery related prosecutions

Recent bribery related prosecutions

AB & C

AB & C

AB & C

AB & C

AB & C

AB & C

AB & C

Declaration Form

Declaration Form- Non Violation of the Code/UKBA

Thank You

Appendix

UK Bribery Act 2010 – Guidance

UK Bribery Act 2010 – Guidance

UK Bribery Act 2010 – Guidance

The Code of Ethics is only meant for politicians and non governmental organizations. Corporate entities can function without a clear Code of Ethics.

KCM has a Code of Ethics in place.

Company records should be kept accurately and all transactions disclosed and transparent.

Read the statement below and provide your answer. 'Only collect personal information where necessary directly from the person in question or a reliable source and keep it safe'

Provide your feedback: Confidential information on employees or company projects or transactions should not be disclosed

A supplier invited a group of 60% of members of the Contracts Technical Committee for dinner and freely offered them gifts. A decision was later made during dinner to award the contract to the supplier. What would you do in this situation?

Do not deal with suppliers who want to share information for money

The KCM Code of Ethics applies only to the following employees:

When you observe that your colleague at work has just received a gift of USD 10,000 from a supplier as a token for services provided, what should you do?

.............................................. is a policy that governs the behavior of employees, contractors and management in alignment with the company's objective of attaining good governance and standards during its operations.