Ethical Corporate Management

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      For one, ethical corporate management means accountable corporate governance of the Group that is geared to creating sustainable shareholder value in the long term; for another, it means aligning the conduct of all Group employees with statutory requirements and internal guidelines as well as moral and ethical values (Compliance)

      Ethical Corporate Management

      In order to ensure that managing and controlling the Group responsibly serves to create sustainable shareholder value in the long term, the Group’s Management Board and Supervisory Board undertook as early as in 2003 to comply with the Austrian Code of Corporate Governance (ACCG).


      We commit to complying with all laws in all of the countries in which voestalpine operates. We believe, furthermore, that Compliance is the expression of a culture rooted in ethical and moral principles.

      Human Rights

      We commit to upholding human rights in accordance with the UN Charter and the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, and we support the UN Global Compact (UNGC).