LINK is committed to promote the principles of responsible business conduct, including but not limited to the fundamental human rights and decent working conditions, in its own operations and throughout its value chain. Our goal is to avoid causing adverse impacts on the environment and society, as well as to avoid contributing to such adverse impacts in our relations with various stakeholders.

In principle, we follow the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises on Responsible Business Conduct, and we adhere to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact, which we joined in 2021.

We aim to act responsibly and we expect the same from our suppliers and business partners.

We train our employees on various compliance issues, such as sustainability, anti-corruption, fair competition, privacy, information security and others.

Based on the guidelines included in the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Business Conduct, we conduct the Supplier Due Diligence, which is risk based and which helps us to better understand our value chain.

Through our Supplier Code of Conduct, we aim to integrate the principles of responsible business conduct into the company’s relation to various third parties.

We wish to cooperate only with trusted vendors, who can demonstrate their compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Therefore, we expect all our suppliers and business partners to adhere to LINK’s Supplier Code of Conduct [link to the Supplier Code of Conduct] or to another framework that ensures similar standards.

You can find more information on our Supplier Due Diligence process in the Transparency Act Report. Information on how LINK acts in the area of ESG is included in our ESG Policy, as well as in the sustainability statement included in the annual report.