She started her career as a Counsel and has more than 25 years of experience in Human Resources. He assumed several positions in the group in Italy, France and Holland. Before joining the company, he worked abroad mainly in banking and alike, in retail banking in the Czech Republic, as chief investment officer in asset management in Shanghai, and as a member of the Board of Directors in a London investment bank.
There, he was responsible for building the ECA's reinsurance structure and for claims handling. Beside that, he focused on business development, and in particular on supporting the short-term business.
He has been General Manager since Credendo therefore continuously strives to have the right policies, procedures and tools in place to ensure that we provide our services with all required diligence and professionalism, with respect for honesty and business ethics, compliance with any laws, rules, regulations and the best practices of our sector.
To apply the best principles and practices in that respect, Credendo has adopted a Group Integrity Policy containing the core ethical principles and a uniform set of rules which anyone working for Credendo should adhere to, both internally and towards any other person who has a relationship with any of the Credendo entities.
The integrity principles are further elaborated in a Code of Conduct containing practical guidelines regarding the concrete application of these principles in our day-to-day activities. Other corporate policies, charters and procedures have been developed to ensure that business is done in an ethical way.
All these policies are submitted to and ratified by the Board of Directors of each Credendo entity, and communicated and promoted within all entities. They will be reviewed on a regular basis. With respect to the execution and application of these integrity principles, each Credendo entity has set up an independent Compliance function having a coordinating, advising and initiating role, and ensuring that these guidelines are respected.
It also verifies whether no human rights violations are implied. It requires these agencies to review projects for their potential environmental impact and to benchmark them against international standards, such as those of the World Bank Group. Based on the first text, which was approved inwe drew up an environmental policy that came into effect on 1 January The text was revised in andand the internal procedure was adapted accordingly.
Credendo — Export Credit Agency regularly exchanges information with other OECD Members to promote a global level playing field for officially supported export credits.
Environmental impacts are the project-related impacts on the environment as a result of the construction and operation of the project. Social impacts are the project-related impacts on the local communities directly affected by the project and on the people involved in the construction and operation of the project.
These social impacts encompass relevant adverse project-related human rights impacts. According to the OECD Common Approaches, only projects, goods and services that are directly linked to export projects of which the credit period is 2 years or more are governed by these environmental rules. The Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises contain a chapter on employment that encourages multinational enterprises to refrain from child labour and to avoid discrimination of all types.
Moreover, foreign contracts and projects help to foster the development of the host countries while strengthening our own economy. Norms and standards Credendo — Export Credit Agency makes an environmental and social assessment of projects in accordance with different international standards like the Performance Standards of the International Financial Corporation IFC: Category A, in principle, includes projects in sensitive sectors or located in or near sensitive areas; Category B: Typically, these impacts are site-specific, few if any of them are irreversible; Category C: An existing installation that is undergoing material changes is classified as A, B or C, depending on the environmental impact.
Assessed transactions If a transaction is placed under category A, the Environmental Impact Assessment EIA and project details will be made available to the general public at least 30 days prior to the day the offer of cover or the insurance policy is issued.
Exceptions can be made if the EIA contains confidential information.Paul Martin: Joint Managing Director.
Paul is the longest serving member of the existing management team having joined the business in He has worked in all aspects of credit insurance broking from claims & limits negotiation, account management and development through to the placing and management of global credit insurance programmes.
The Team - Underwriters. Single Situation. James Steele-Perkins Director Single Situation, Contract Frustration and Political Risk He moved to Nexus CIFS at its inception in and covered risk and commercial underwriting. He was Underwriting Manager until when he moved to Euler Hermes World Agency.
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