The word “compliance” comes from the English verb "to comply”, which means to act according to an order, a set of rules, or a request. In the corporate environment, compliance is related to compliance or even corporate integrity. In other words, it means being in line with the company's rules, which must be carefully observed and complied with.
However, these rules may vary according to the activities carried out by the company, they may involve labor, tax, regulatory, competition obligations, among others. Being in compliance with such rules is what the expression “being in compliance” is all about, which also refers to internal controls and corporate governance.
• Promote the improvement of the organizational ethical culture;
• Provide adequate treatment for integrity risks;
• Provide greater transparency, credibility and reputation.
COMPLIANCE DIRECT LINE
Muraki has exclusive Compliance communication channels, which can be used at any time if it witnesses attitudes or occurrences that violate the Anti-Corruption and Anti-Bribery policies.