CQY encourages its employees, collaborators, suppliers, customers and stakeholders in general to report, in good faith, any behavior - commission or omission - carried out within the Company or in relations with it, which violates (or leads to a violation of) applicable regulations, its values, policies and procedures, or which may cause economic or reputational damage to CQY itself.

In managing reports, CQY undertakes to respect the principles of confidentiality, impartiality and proportionality, to recognize the good faith of the whistleblowers and to guarantee their anonymity.

CQY does not accept any form of threat, retaliation or discrimination - actual or attempted - against the subjects involved in the reports.

CQY adopts a process for receiving, analyzing and processing reports (even anonymous) which complies with the regulatory changes introduced by the Legislative Decree. 10 March 2023, n. 24 implementing Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019, concerning the protection of persons reporting breaches of Union law and containing provisions concerning the protection of persons reporting breaches of national regulatory provisions (so-called “Whistleblowing Decree”) and the Guidelines approved by ANAC( Italian Anti-corruption Authotity) with Resolution no. 311 of 12 July 2023, published on 25 July 2023.