The guiding principle of Santander Group’s activity is the defence of its integrity and reputation, complying strictly with legislation and regulations and with the ethical standards applicable in the markets in which it operates.
Putting this commitment into practice requires the implementation of a strong corporate culture at all levels of the organisation, together with the establishment and continual updating of a whole set of policies, procedures, codes of conduct and internal controls.
Code of Conduct in Securities Markets
General Code of Conduct
The General Code of Conduct contains the ethical principles and standards of conduct that govern the behaviour of all Banco Santander employees and is the central pillar of the Group’s compliance programme.
Banco Santander has a channel through which employees may confidentially and anonymously report any behaviour that constitutes a breach of the General Code of Conduct or that is not aligned with the corporate ones of which they have become aware in the course of their professional functions.
This page contains information on Santander Group’s anti-corruption policy:
Policy on conflicts of interest
This policy aims to provide Santander Group employees, directors and entities with guidelines for preventing and managing conflicts of interest that may arise as a result of their activities.