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All actions performed by the Lantero Group are based on respect, professionalism, honesty and integrity towards all people.
Lantero Group has a Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct which identifies the core values and principles that will guide the behaviour of all those employed by any of the Group companies, in the development of their activity.

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Whistleblower Channel

The Lantero Group establish through the whistleblower channel a specific channel of communication to report possible irregularities and non-compliance, illegal or unethical conducts within the Group.

El denunciante deberá rellenar el formulario dispuesto a continuación señalando el tipo de irregularidad o conducta contraria a la legalidad o a los principios recogidos en el código ético y de conducta de la compañía.

Asimismo, si lo considera oportuno, podrá aportar información adicional o relevante mediante un documento adjunto.

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The data that you have given us through this form will be processed by Laninver SHC, S.L. and by any company of the Lantero Group affected (please, consult here the data of all the companies of the Lantero Group) with the sole purpose of managing the complaint filed, based on the legitimate interest of said companies in knowing acts or conduct contrary to the applicable regulations. The information will be kept for no more than 3 months, unless it is necessary in order to investigate the reported facts. Any affected interested party has the possibility of exercising their rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation, opposition and portability by writing to C/Velázquez 157, 28002 - Madrid. If you consider that we have not adequately addressed your request, any interested party may file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency. Personal data will only be transferred to the competent authorities, when necessary, or to the companies of the Lantero Group affected. The latter may imply having to transfer personal data outside the European Economic Area to Argentina (a country with respect to which there is an adequacy decision) or to Morocco, Mexico, Chile, Brazil and Russia, in which case standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission between the entities involved in the transfer. You can request a copy of them by writing to the above address.

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