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Welcome to the AlixPartners Hotline for Reporting Suspected Improper Activities
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How to Make a Report; Confidentiality

When you make a report through EthicsPoint, you will be provided with a unique report code and you will be asked to create a report password. This will allow you to follow up and provide additional information relating to your report anonymously.

We strongly recommend and encourage you to identify yourself when you report Suspected Improper Activities, although anonymous reports will not be rejected. Anonymity may hinder, extend or complicate a thorough investigation of the reported facts, may make it harder to protect you against retaliation and may prevent appropriate action from being taken. Providing your name may shorten the time it takes for AlixPartners to respond to a concern because it allows us to contact you directly if necessary during our investigation.

All information disclosed during the course of the investigation will remain confidential, except as necessary to conduct the investigation, to take any remedial action, or as must be disclosed in accordance with applicable Laws. All reports and complaints under this Policy will be promptly and appropriately investigated. AlixPartners will maintain the confidentiality of those individuals who provide their names when reporting Suspected Improper Activities, provided that identities may need to be revealed during an investigation to those individuals involved therein, or in any disciplinary or judicial proceedings resulting from the investigation.

For reports made by or concerning AlixPartners Personnel in certain jurisdictions, data protection laws may require AlixPartners to inform the subject of an investigation that a report was filed and how the subject of that report may exercise his or her right to access and correct the information in the report, to the extent and within the limits of applicable local law. AlixPartners shall deal with such requirements as relevant at the time on a case by case basis.

AlixPartners, LLP, together with its subsidiaries (together, “AlixPartners”), is committed to compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations (collectively, “Laws”) relating to our business, in addition to full compliance with all applicable accounting standards and our internal accounting controls, policies and procedures. AlixPartners encourages every Managing Director, Director, employee and independent contractor of AlixPartners (together, “AlixPartners Personnel”) to promptly report any complaint or concern regarding AlixPartners’ accounting matters or potential violations of Laws.

In order to facilitate such reports, the Audit Committee of AlixPartners Holdings, LLP (the “Audit Committee”) has established this AlixPartners Policy on Suspected Improper Activities (the “Policy”) to provide guidelines for the receipt, retention and treatment of such reports so AlixPartners Personnel can raise such concerns free of any retaliation or harassment.

** A summary of some of the key information found in the Policy is provided below. Before making a report, please review the Policy in its entirety by clicking on one of the links above**

Examples of Reportable Activity

AlixPartners encourages all AlixPartners Personnel to promptly report complaints and concerns regarding suspected improper activities, including improper accounting matters or potential violations of Laws. Examples of reportable suspected improper activities (“Suspected Improper Activities”) include:

  • Questionable accounting practices; violations of internal accounting controls, policies, or procedures; financial statement irregularities; or questionable auditing matters (together, "Accounting and Auditing Matters");
  • Corporate fraud including misappropriation of firm assets and embezzlement;
  • Bribery of government officials or private individuals or entities or other potential violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act 2010 and/or similar applicable Laws;
  • Conduct which may result in a violation of securities Laws, insider trading violations, or any violations of other applicable Laws that threaten the vital interests of AlixPartners;
  • Theft or the improper use of AlixPartners assets;
  • Unethical or illegal business conduct by AlixPartners Personnel, such as bribery;
  • Breaches of AlixPartners’ policies or procedures that involve material conflicts of interest or otherwise threaten the vital interests of AlixPartners; and
  • Activities that create substantial or specific danger to the health and safety of AlixPartners Personnel or the public, including sexual harassment and other forms of harassment.

No AlixPartners Personnel will be subject to retaliation because of a good faith report of a complaint or concern regarding suspected improper activities.

for personnel in emea only: The Policy and the reporting facilities detailed in it should not be used for finance related concerns which relate to suspicious actual or potential client transactions or related issues. Those should instead be dealt with under the applicable AlixPartners Anti Money Laundering (“AML”) Policy (please refer to the applicable AML Handbook on AXIS) and reported to your local Money Laundering Reporting Officer, (“MLRO”) as set out in the AML Policy. Each AlixPartners office in EMEA has an assigned MLRO.

for personnel in france only: In addition to the restrictions applicable to all AlixPartners Personnel in EMEA, please note that AlixPartners Personnel in France must only use the EthicsPoint 24 hour hotline or web reporting tool to report complaints and concerns concerning breach of accounting, banking, financial or anti-corruption regulations.