Corporate philosophy and Compliance

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Corporate philosophy and Compliance

Our core philosophy encompasses the Three Corporate Principles shared by the Mitsubishi Group. We have established our own Code of Conduct for Officers and Employees based on those principles in order to ensure that our business will be carried out in a socially responsible manner by complying with all applicable laws and the highest ethical standards.

三綱領

所期奉公
Strive to enrich Society, both materially and spiritually,
while contributing towards the preservation of the global environment.
処事公明
Maintain principles of transparency and openness by conducting business with integrity and fairness.
立業貿易
Expand business, based on an all encompassing global perspective.

Mitsubishi Corporation Power Systems Code of Conduct

  • 1. Respect human rights, and do not discriminate on any basis or engage in any form of harassment.
  • 2. Maintain a high regard for environmental considerations in conducting our business operations, and ensure that our business is conducted in an environmentally sustainable manner, and comply with treaties, laws and regulations concerning the environment.
  • 3. Promote fair business practices and comply with trade rules, regulations, and internal corporate rules and policies.
  • 4. Comply with the rules and regulations of international trade.
  • 5. Protect and properly use confidential and proprietary information, protect the rights of the Company and respect the rights of others.
  • 6. Do not engage in insider trading.
  • 7. Avoid conflicts of interest with the Company; maintain a distinction between corporate and private business.
  • 8. Record and report accounting and financial information timely and accurately.
  • 9. Maintain proper legal and ethical standards with respect to gifts and entertainment.
  • 10. Resolutely oppose any organization, group or individual engaged in unlawful activities and do not provide money or other types of economic benefits to them.
  • 11. Promptly report to or consult superiors, the Compliance Officer, the relevant departments in charge of Compliance upon discovering or committing any violations of this "Code of Conduct".

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