EuroRating - Conflict of Interest Policy

The basic rule driving the activity of EuroRating credit rating agency is ensuring independence, objectivity and the highest possible quality and reliability of credit ratings issued by the agency. The execution of these goals is supported by rigorous procedures and internal regulations in place at the agency, which must be observed by both employees and the agency itself.

In the context of the independence, objectivity and reliability of credit ratings, it is of particular importance to avoid any potential conflicts of interest that may occur in connection with the conducted rating activity. Therefore, EuroRating undertakes all essential measures to guarantee that the issuance of credit ratings is not affected by any existing or potential conflicts of interest or economic relations of the agency, its management, employees, or any other entities associated with the agency.

The most important internal procedure concerning the rules relating to conflicts of interest is the "Conflict of Interest Policy".

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