Whistleblower policy

Grant Thornton aims to promote an open culture with the highest standards of honesty and responsibility, and we encourage our employees and other stakeholders to speak up if they have concerns in relation to this. According to legislation and other regulations, Grant Thornton is required to establish a whistleblower scheme. In this context, Grant Thornton has a whistleblower policy that applies to all our employees, regardless of whether they are salaried, non-salaried, partners or members of management in Grant Thornton. The policy also gives customers, business partners, suppliers and other stakeholders access to make reports to the whistleblower scheme via a link here on our website.

Under the whistleblower policy, an employee (or other relevant stakeholders as specified in the policy) is entitled to raise issues or disclose information pertaining to wrongdoings, illegal conduct or unethical behavior - without fear of punishment or threat of less favorable treatment, discrimination or disadvantage.


How to make a report

Reporting to the whistleblower scheme entails a notification to the Whistleblower Partners Screening Service (WPSS), which handles reports received online via the online portal.