Risk Management & Compliance
Companies adopt the Internal Control and Risk Management system with the principal aim of ensuring that risks associated with the Company and its subsidiaries are correctly identified, measured, managed and monitored, thereby assessing the compatibility degree of those risks and a consistent management with the identified policy objectives.
The corporate control Functions (Audit, Risk Management and Compliance) are organizationally separate, generally accountable directly to the Board of Directors and operate under the Administrator supervision in charge of the Internal Control and Risk Management system.
Other bodies and subjects act in the Internal Control and Risk Management system, including: the Board of Statutory Auditors, the Board of Directors, the Top Management, the Supervisory Body (pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001), the Director in charge of editing company account documents, the Anti-Money Laundering Function, the Actuarial Function.
It is also certain that all operating structures must have their own role in order to check operations, according to different levels of responsibility.