Attica Bank makes continuous efforts to maintain a business spirit of transparency and trust, as well as high standards of business ethics, and attaches particular importance to the safety and reputation of anyone affected by its activities.

In this context, the Bank is in compliance with Directive 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and Law 4990/2022 on the protection of persons reporting violations of EU law.

With respect to the fundamental rights of freedom of expression and information, protection of personal data, freedom of business and good administration, protection of consumers, public health and the environment, and in order to ensure a high level of protection of persons reporting violations of law, the Bank establishes an anonymous reporting channel.
This is a system with reporting channels and monitoring procedures on issues related to human rights issues and, in general, any act or omission that may cause moral or material damage to Attica Bank.

The Bank, in compliance with the criteria of impartiality and independence, designates the Director of Compliance and Corporate Governance as the person responsible for receiving the reports, while their management is undertaken by the Committee for the Evaluation of Corporate and Anonymous Reports.

In particular, incident reports may be submitted regarding violations of the Bank’s Policies and Procedures and applicable legislation (e.g. fraud, corruption, theft, embezzlement, money laundering, falsification of accounting documents and financial statements, failure to comply with Attica Bank’s Code of Conduct and/or Policies, issues relating to human rights issues and, in general, any act or omission that may cause moral or material damage to Attica Bank) through the following alternative channels:

Communication channels

The malfunction complaint mechanism is an important tool for developing high ethical standards and maintaining the trust of customers and the general public in us.

The Bank undertakes to collect and retain only the data that is necessary in accordance with the principle of proportionality, to securely delete it after five (5) years, unless there are serious reasons that require its retention (e.g. ongoing investigation, pending legal proceedings), to protect personal data from loss, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure and, in general, to ensure the existence of appropriate technical and organizational measures for its protection.

Attica Bank takes all necessary measures to ensure that individuals who provide information about incidents of misconduct, reasonably and in good faith believing that such allegations are substantiated, will not suffer personal, professional or financial loss.