Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy

It is the policy of Gadsome Integrated Resources Limited “GADSOME Group” that all officers, employees, contractors, service providers, consultants, public officers, agents, and any third-party related stakeholders or persons representing the Company or its affiliates in any capacity shall comply fully with all the applicable provisions of Nigeria’s Anti-Bribery and Corruption Laws such as; the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act 2000, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (Establishment) Act 2003, The Criminal Code (Cap C38) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004, UK Bribery Act of 2010 (“UKBA”), the United States Foreign Corruption Practices Act of 1977 as amended (“FCPA”) and all other equivalent anti-corruption and/or anti-bribery legislation applicable to the Company (whether by virtue of its jurisdiction of incorporation or the conduct of its business operations).

Business Conduct and Ethics Policy

It is the policy of GADSOME to conduct its business in accordance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations, with honesty, in a manner that demonstrates respect for local cultural and ethnic customs, and with a strong commitment to the highest standards of ethics. Therefore, we demand high standards of integrity and sound ethical judgement from our personnel at all times. Strict compliance with the provisions of the Company’s Code of Business Ethics and Conduct as well as the Anti-bribery And Corruption (ABAC) policy. It is therefore essential that all personnel of the Company and stakeholders (customers, public officers, service providers, contractors, etc.) familiarize themselves with the Policy.

As contains detailed provisions on bribery and corruption of the Company, We prohibit the following unethical conduct and corruption practices:

  • Receipt of property or benefit for self or another person.
  • Soliciting for or obtaining property or benefit for self or another person.
  • Agreement or attempt to receive/obtain property or benefit for self or another person.
  • Giving property or benefit to public officers or private persons.
  • Promise or offer to give property or benefit to public officers or private persons.

Past or future act, omission, favour, or disfavour while discharging official duties