Mazepay operates with a whistleblower scheme in accordance with the Regulatory Requirements as set out in the Danish Payments Act (in Danish: Lov om Betalinger) and supervised by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (DFSA).
The whistleblower scheme enables employees of Mazepay and other related parties to report serious issues in the company. The whistleblower may choose to make the submission anonymously or non-anonymously. At Mazepay we encourage employees to share their concerns openly as our Code of Conduct prohibits retaliation of any kind yet fully understand that it may feel necessary to make an anonymous report.
Serious issues to report can for instance be:
• Financial crime, including money laundering, embezzlement, bribery, fraud, forgery, corruption, accounting fraud, etc.
• Serious breaches of occupational health and safety
• Physical violence or sexual abuse
The recipient of reports submitted through the whistleblower tool is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Mazepay, Jørgen Horwitz. Executives, managers and other employees of Mazepay do not have access to the whistleblower tool or to the reports submitted through the tool.
Concerns or issues with personal matters (except where such are offences of Regulatory Requirements, other legislation or Mazepay policies) and perceived injustices regarding salary, individual employment terms or non-compliance with the workplace standards under the Code of Conduct, should not be handled via the whistleblower tool. These should be handled in accordance with the regular process for such issues or reported to the COO, Dan Kortegaard Nielsen.