In 2011 CAP Holding adopted the Organisation, management and control model pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001, adapted to Italian Law no. 190/2012 "Provisions for the prevention and repression of corruption and illegality in the public administration” with the aim of raising awareness among employees, collaborators and suppliers of the rules adopted, creating awareness in relation to ethical behaviours and promoting a Group culture in the management of corporate risks.
In July 2017, CAP Holding adopted the document “Cap Group Ethical Commitment”, convinced that the objectives of growth, development and protection of stakeholders must and can be combined with the pursuit of the highest ethical standards, respect for the values underlying social life and good corporate governance implemented according to clear and shared rules.
The Ethical Commitment of the CAP Group consists of three annexes: i) CAP Group Code of Ethics, ii) Code of Ethics of works, supplies and services contracts, and iii) Anti-Corruption Policy.
During the meeting of 15 November 2018, the Board of Directors of CAP Holding approved the update of the Model 231.
The Group's Supervisory Body has among its main responsibilities the task of raising awareness and disseminating the principles of fair conduct and compliance with current regulations and company procedures, and concretely verifying the functioning of the Organisation, management and control model adopted by the company.