The whistleblowing channel allows anyone to report breaches or suspected breaches of Edgeware’s internal policies, the Code of Conduct or laws and regulations.

Whistleblowing contributes positively to the company and society because it allows negative conditions to be corrected.

Whistleblowing: Report a breach or suspected breach here

What to report

Incidents, breaches or suspected breaches of:

  • Edgeware Code of Conduct, or laws and regulations
  • Corruption, including bribes and facilitation payments
  • Human and labour rights violations
  • Discrimination or harassment
  • Threats to life or health
  • Misuse of insider-information
  • Fraud, theft and/or embezzlement

No reprisals against whistleblowers

Edgeware will ensure that there will be no retaliation against you, nor any impact on your career, for reporting possible violations in good faith. Any employee knowingly making a false report for the purposes of harming another individual will be subject to disciplinary action.

Anonymity and Confidentiality

An external service provider provides the whistleblowing channel. The channel is encrypted and secure, and you can choose to report anonymously.

All concerns reported are received and managed by Edgeware Data Protection Compliance group (Björn Eklööf, Director IT&DPO +46-73 986 83 00 and Richard Berg, General Counsel +46-70 285 31 57). The reports are treated with strict confidentiality. On a case by case basis a third party independent company can be contracted for further investigations.

You can also at any time contact Karl Thedéen, CEO +46-70 656 65 08 or Michael Ruffolo, Chairman of the Board +1(978) 771-6788

Blow the Whistle

Report a breach or suspected breach