Documents

Statute of the main company Gorenje, d.d.
Rules of procedure on the work of the Shareholders' Assembly of the main company Gorenje, d.d.

On 20 June, 2003 Gorenje Shareholder's Assembly adopted the following Rules of procedure on the work of the Shareholders' Assembly:
Rules of procedure on the work of the Supervisory Board of the main company Gorenje, d.d.

Pursuant to Article 20 of the Articles of Statute of the company Gorenje, d.d., its Supervisory Board has adopted on its meeting on 30 January, 2015 the Rules of the procedure for the Supervisory Board of the company Gorenje, d.d.

Corporate Governance Policy

At the 24th regular Management Board meeting held on April 22, 2014, and 50th regular Supervisory Board meeting held on April 24, 2014, the said bodies of governance of the company Gorenje, d.d., adopted the updated Corporate governance policy of the company Gorenje, d.d. and Gorenje Group.

The document applies to the parent company Gorenje, d.d., (hereinafter referred to as Gorenje) and the subsidiaries which, in addition to the parent company, comprise the Gorenje Group. The document represents a commitment for future operations.

Code of Conduct

The Supervisory Board of Gorenje, d.d., approved on 24 April, 2014 Gorenje Group Code of Conduct. Its main puropose is to:  

  • Commit the Company to the highest standards of business and ethical behaviour;
  • Encourage ethical conduct and sanction misconduct within the Company; and
  • Develop an ethical culture within the Company that is based on such standards and conduct, and that will be applied by directors, management and employees alike. 

By adopting, following and updating this Code of Conduct on a regular basis, together with the Company's corporate governance code, statute and regulations, the Company confirms its desire to demonstrably lead and promote good ethical behaviour. Ethics and good business practice are not simply a question of obeying the law. Consequently, and in order to foster the confidence of its shareholders, employees, investors and the public, this Code of Conduct goes beyond the legal and regulatory framework currently prevalent in Slovenia. It embraces both national and internationally recognized principles and practices. (1)
 
The Company's governing bodies and employees understand this Code of Conduct as their joint obligation, and obligate themselves to ensure that its spirit and provisions are respected and acted upon throughout the Company and its subsidiaries and dependent companies. The Code of Conduct is the base document for development of Gorenje Group's corporate values, and a starting point for the development and management of corporate culture consistently with the Code's contents,
 
The company will set out in a separate annex matters of practice for implementation that are agreed from time to time by the Supervisory Board and the Management Board.

(1) Internationally recognized principles include, among others, the Sullivan Principles (www.globalsullivanprinciples.org/), UN Principles on Corporate Ethics (www.unglobalcompact.org/), Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies (www.ceres.org/), ILO standards on labour issues (www.ilo.org), the OECD Conventions on Bribery and Corruption and OECD Guidelines for Multi-national Enterprises (www.oecd.org).

Competition compliance policy and competition law compliance manual

Gorenje operates in multiple countries and markets and is therefore subject to the general principles, adopted in many competition laws of free and fair trade. It is the policy of Gorenje and the obligation of every employee to strictly comply with the applicable competition laws.