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Martin Lundstedt
President and CEO

Volvo Group Whistle

Volvo Group’s products and services play an important role in people’s everyday lives. We want to earn and maintain the trust of all of these people. As a Group we are driven by the conviction that conducting business in an appropriate, responsible, and transparent manner, will always contribute to a more financially sustainable business. The focus and foundation of this work is to show our commitment and support of the Code of Conduct by providing a mechanism to hold ourselves accountable to it.

I would like to encourage both my co-workers and people outside of the Volvo Group to help us ensure that we do not – in any way, shape or form, or within any part of the company – deflect from that principle.

Martin Lundstedt
President and CEO of Volvo Group

Our Commitment

Our Code of Conduct is the Volvo Group’s policy for responsible and ethical business behavior and the Volvo Group’s commitment to our employees, business partners, and other stakeholders. It applies to all members of the Board Directors, and all employees of the Volvo Group. The Code of Conduct outlines Volvo Group’s principles and minimum standards for conducting business in an appropriate, responsible, and transparent manner.

You are encouraged to report violations or suspected violations of our Code of Conduct. We urge you to and hope you feel comfortable approaching your direct superior or other management representative to voice any concerns you may have. If these options are not acceptable, you have the option to use the Volvo Group Whistle to submit complaints relating to violations of our Code of Conduct.

The Volvo Group Whistle is hosted by a third party, NAVEX Global. The information you provide will be sent to us by NAVEX Global on a confidential basis. You have our guarantee your complaint will be heard.

Non-retaliation statement:

In accordance with the Volvo Group Code of Conduct, AB Volvo does not tolerate anyone retaliating against a person for making a good faith complaint of improper behaviour, regardless of the outcome of the investigation.