Maghia supports an open corporate culture, based on ethics, transparency and responsibility and inspired by the values of trust, integrity and inclusion.
For this reason, Maghia provides an internal channel to report to the Supervisory Body information relating to the Company’s personnel and/or third parties relating to violations of laws and regulations, the Code of Ethics and Conduct, the Organizational Model 231, and the system of rules and procedures in force. This channel is not available for commercial complaints or for disputes and requests related to exclusively personal interests.
The active and responsible participation of employees and third parties, through the reporting of any non-compliant behavior, allows the company to identify potential irregularities and take timely corrective measures, preventing any economic or reputational damage.
Everyone can send a report, even in anonymous form: employees, former employees, partners, customers, suppliers, consultants, collaborators, associates and, more generally, anyone who is legitimate bearer of an interest in the business.
The report shall be made in good faith and in adequate detail, with sufficient information to enable the facts reported to be ascertained (e.g. elements to identify the parties involved, the context, place and time period of the reported facts and supporting documentation).
The report can be transmitted via the Whistleblowing Portal (to access CLICK HERE) which ensures the confidentiality of the identity of the reporting agent through the use of secure protocols and encryption tools. Following the insertion of the report, the Portal guarantees the possibility of subsequent verification of the status of the relevant investigation and the possibility of sending and receiving further communications (also in anonymous form).

Alerts are received by the Supervisory Body.

Within 7 days of receipt, an acknowledgement of receipt of the alert will be given and within 3 months from such notice a feedback will be provided on the follow-up that is given or is intended to be given to the alert.

Guarantee of confidentiality and protection

Legislative Decree No. 24 of 10 March 2023 (transposition of the European Whistleblowing Directive 2019/1937) introduced a uniform regulation of the reporting channels and the protections granted to whistleblowers in the public and private sectors.

The reporting agent, the facilitator and the persons involved in the report are guaranteed absolute confidentiality. In the case of anonymous alerts, it is not possible to trace the identity of the signaller.

No form of personal or professional retaliation is allowed or tolerated on account of the report made. If you believe that you have suffered retaliation due to the report, you can communicate it to the National Anti-corruption Authority (ANAC) through the Computer Platform made available by that control body.

Any processing of personal data is carried out in compliance with the law on the protection of personal data.