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    EUROGATE has implemented a compliance management system. This implements the EUROGATE Compliance Guideline, which EUROGATE has imposed on itself. Within the framework of the compliance management system, the EUROGATE Group has, among other things, introduced a complaints procedure. The complaint procedure of the EUROGATE Group serves to receive and process indications of potential breaches of rules or grievances at the EUROGATE Group as well as in the associated supply chains. Details of the procedural rules for the LkSG can be found here.


    For questions, notifications or the reporting of suspected compliance cases, please contact the lawyer Dr. Cornelius Polter. If you wish to report a suspected compliance case anonymously, please contact our ombudsman, lawyer Markus Klindwort, who will treat your request in strict confidence.




    Compliance Officer

    Dr. Cornelius Polter ppa.

    EUROGATE GmbH & Co. KGaA, KG

    Kurt-Eckelmann-Straße 1

    21129 Hamburg

    Tel. 040 7405 2039                                                          

    [email protected]                                   

    [email protected]



    Markus Klindwort


    Rechtsanwälte in Partnerschaft mbB

    Slevogtstraße 48

    28209 Bremen

    Tel. 0421 33 392266

    [email protected]





    Under the Whistleblower Protection Act, whistleblowers can choose whether to contact an internal or external reporting office to report information about a violation. Information on external reporting procedures is provided by the Federal Office of Justice, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, the Federal Cartel Office and the relevant institutions of the German federal states, insofar as this option is offered by the federal states.


    In addition, there are corresponding reporting procedures for reports to bodies, institutions and other agencies of the European Union. These include external reporting channels of the Commission, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), the European Aviation Safety Agency (AESA), the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA).