Reporting policy

Application of Law 4990/2022 on the Political Management of Internal Reports - Complaints


The company MULTIPART A.E. (hereinafter referred to as the "Company"), for the purposes of compliance with Law 4990/2022, implements this Policy for the Management of Internal Reports - Complaints (hereinafter referred to as the "Policy"), which concerns the following categories of persons (hereinafter referred to as "Complainants"):

  • A) The Company's employees, regardless of whether their employment is full or part-time, permanent or seasonal.
  • B) The self-employed, self-employed or consultants or home workers.
  • C) The shareholders and persons belonging to the administrative, management or supervisory bodies of the Company, including non-executive members, as well as volunteers and paid or unpaid interns.
  • D) Any persons working under the supervision and instructions of contractors, subcontractors and suppliers of the Company.
  • E) Outgoing employees regarding information obtained in the context of an employment relationship, which has ended for any reason, future (potential) employees regarding information obtained during the recruitment process or at another stage of negotiation, before the conclusion of the contract .
  • F) Third parties connected to the petitioners who may suffer retaliation in a work context, such as colleagues or relatives of the petitioners.
  • G) Personal businesses or legal entities of interest of the petitioners, or for which they work, or with which they are otherwise connected by an employment relationship.

The internal report may concern violations on one of the following issues: Public procurement, Financial services, products and markets, Prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing, Product security, Transportation security, Protection of environment, Radiation protection and nuclear safety, Food and feed safety, animal health and treatment, Public health, Consumer protection, Protection of privacy and personal data and security of network and information systems, breach affecting economic interests of the Union, as well as violations related to the internal market.

Any of the persons defined above as "Reporters", has the right to submit, by name or anonymously, an internal report to the Head of Receiving and Monitoring Reports (hereinafter referred to as "Y.P.A.") of the Company, by sending email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

After receiving a report, Y.P.P.A informs the Company Management and immediately convenes the Committee to Investigate Reports, which consists of Mr. Charalambos Vouros and Mr. Dimitrios Zannakis. The Company, as the Processor, processes the strictly necessary and personal data of the persons involved, in accordance with the GDPR and Law 4624/2019, as applicable. The legal basis for processing is the Company's compliance with Law 4990/2022. Only the H.P.A. and the competent EDA have access to the data. Transmission of said information to the competent supervisory and investigative authorities is permitted where deemed necessary. All subjects have the rights provided for in the GDPR, in accordance with the relevant Privacy Policy of the Company. December 2023