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Follow-up on a Report Code of Ethics Open Door Policy FAQs

To Make a Report

After you complete your report you will be assigned a unique code called a "report key." Write down your report key and password and keep them in a safe place. After 5-6 business days, use your report key and password to check your report for feedback or questions.

If you experience any difficulties making a call, particularly if using a mobile telephone, please file your concern via the web, or call in via a land line. Please indicate in the report the nature of the difficulty you experienced while making your initial call.

The Broadcom Compliance Hotline provides a simple way for you to bring a range of concerns to management’s attention, including violations of our Code of Ethics, Open Door Policy or other policies and violations of law.

To File a Report

You can submit a report through the Compliance Hotline either over the Internet or by telephone and you can do so anonymously if you prefer. Translators are available for reports submitted by telephone if you would like to submit a report in a language other than English. While you can submit a report anonymously, providing your name and contact information may help us investigate your concern more effectively. You can also contact our Compliance Officer and Chief Legal Officer, Mark Brazeal at +1 408-433-6336 or mark.brazeal@broadcom.com to discuss your concern.

To get started, use the menus to the right.

Due to local privacy laws, the types of reports you can submit through the Broadcom Compliance Hotline are limited in some countries to matters such as finance, auditing, accounting, banking and bribery. If you have other concerns, please contact your local HR department or supervisor.

After you complete your report, you will be asked to choose a password and assigned a unique code called a "report key.” Save your report key and password. You can use them to check for feedback or questions on your report. We encourage you to check back as we may have follow-up questions to help us with our investigation, particularly if you filed your report anonymously.

Broadcom will investigate all reports, including those made anonymously. Broadcom’s policy of non-retaliation protects employees from retaliation as a result of reporting in good faith, information or allegations concerning violations, or for participating in resulting investigations.