AENOR has awarded Caja Rural Asturias the certificate of Corporate criminal compliance, in accordance with the standard UNE 19601, for its model of crime compliance and prevention. The Standard UNE 19601 recognises the best practices to prevent and detect possible crimes in organisations.
This certification was obtained by Caja Rural de Asturias after a rigorous audit, and accredits that the Entity's Criminal Risk Prevention Model complies with requirements, recognising the company's efforts to give priority and adopt best practices in Compliance, corporate governance and business ethics.
External certification audits of criminal offence prevention models performed by AENOR are one of the most reliable, effective and transparent ways to respond to these requirements and prove that an organisation and its leaders are explicitly and publicly committed to a culture of compliance.
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In the photo, from left to right, Antonio Romero, CEO of Caja Rural de Asturias; Martín Pita, director of the Atlantic Region at AENOR. and José María Quirós, head of Regulatory Compliance at Caja Rural de Asturias