ARTEFAKTUM’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Mission

Our mission goes hand in hand with our commitment to drive responsible business across our value chain.

ARTEFAKTUM’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Mission

Our mission goes hand in hand with our commitment to drive responsible business across our value chain.

Code of Business Conduct

Ensuring Confidence in Our Business

The Board of Directors has adopted the Artefaktum Code of Business Conduct which sets forth the minimum standard of conduct required of all employees, officers and directors. The Code as well as other corporate policies form the foundation of a comprehensive corporate compliance program. The Code and our policies cover many topics, including antitrust and competition law, conflicts of interest, anti-bribery, privacy, financial reporting, compliance, protection of confidential information, and compliance with all laws and regulations applicable to the conduct of our business. To ensure the Code is effectively communicated, all employees, officers and directors are required to certify they have received, read and understand the Code. In addition, all employees and officers are required to complete compliance and ethics training.

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CODE OF BUSINESS CONDUCT
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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Artefaktum’s Board of Directors understands the importance of sound governance. All of Artefaktum’s standards and policies contribute to an ethical and inclusive business and workplace. 

Our Board of Directors is currently composed of 4 directors, including Chairman and CEO, Felix Juhl. 

The Board oversees the management of the company’s business and serves as a prudent fiduciary for the shareholders. 

The Board contains three committees that meet at least quarterly to receive and discuss updates on topics within each committee’s purview.

Our Corporate Governance Guidelines guide our Board’s activities and provide the structure within which our directors and management can effectively pursue Artefaktum’s business objectives. 

The Board also receives annual updates on ESG initiatives and information on the impact of the Artefaktum Good Foundation. 

Audit and Risk Committee
Oversees Artefaktum’s corporate accounting and financial reporting processes, monitors for enterprise risks, and provides oversight of our environmental sustainability efforts.

Compensation and Talent Committee
Reviews and determines the compensation to be paid to Artefaktum’s executive officers and directors, and provides oversight of Artefaktum’s Human Capital Management, and talent acquisition, development, and retention efforts.

Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Recommends corporate governance practices, periodically reviews and assesses our Corporate Governance Guidelines, and identifies and recommends candidates to serve as directors at Artefaktum. 

 

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Artefaktum’s Board of Directors understands the importance of sound governance. All of Artefaktum’s standards and policies contribute to an ethical and inclusive business and workplace. 

Our Board of Directors is currently composed of 4 directors, including our Chairman and CEO. 

The Board oversees the management of the company’s business and serves as a prudent fiduciary for the shareholders. 

The Board contains three committees that meet at least quarterly to receive and discuss updates on topics within each committee’s purview.

Our Corporate Governance Guidelines guide our Board’s activities and provide the structure within which our directors and management can effectively pursue Artefaktum’s business objectives. 

The Board also receives annual updates on ESG initiatives and information on the impact of the Artefaktum Good Foundation. 

Audit and Risk Committee
Oversees Artefaktum’s corporate accounting and financial reporting processes, monitors for enterprise risks, and provides oversight of our environmental sustainability efforts.

Compensation and Talent Committee
Reviews and determines the compensation to be paid to Artefaktum’s executive officers and directors, and provides oversight of Artefaktum’s Human Capital Management, and talent acquisition, development, and retention efforts.

Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Recommends corporate governance practices, periodically reviews and assesses our Corporate Governance Guidelines, and identifies and recommends candidates to serve as directors at Artefaktum. 

Artefaktum’s Chief Legal Officer oversees ethics and reports directly to the CEO. The Chief Legal Officer also provides quarterly presentations to the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee on Artefaktum’s ethics, integrity and compliance program

Ethical Business Practices

Artefaktum prides itself on our commitment to ethics throughout all of our business activities. We promote stringent measures to ensure ethical behavior and decision-making to ensure we operate with honesty, integrity, and respect for others. Ethical business practices are central to Artefaktum’s mission and business success, and are critical to developing and maintaining relationships with our customers, our partners, and the communities we serve. 

Statement Against Slavery and Human Trafficking

Artefaktum is committed to corporate, social, and environmental responsibility, including to help mitigate the risk of human trafficking and slavery within our global supply chain and client base.

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Artefaktum strives to exceed mandated requirements by providing additional value to our stakeholders. We believe that compliance alone cannot solve our planet’s most pressing problems.

Environmental Impact Practices

Artefaktum is also committed to building a better planet through environmental sustainability and efficiency. As part of our environmental strategy, we are working to quantify and minimize our impact on the environment from our operations and supply chain. As part of our strategy, we also focus on building resilience to the physical risks of climate change.

Corporate Statement on Social Responsibility

Learn how Artefaktum is committed to be a socially and environmentally conscious company in its business practices, philanthropy, and cultural diversity.

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VULNERABILITY Impact 

Security and privacy are Artefaktum’s primary objectives. We employ a variety of tools and processes to continually analyse and improve our security practices. However, the constant evolution of threats makes it impossible for our team to stay ahead of all potential vulnerabilities. To help us keep ahead of emerging threats and vulnerabilities, we welcome arbitrary security research surrounding our Services.

Vulnerability Disclosure Policy

Learn how you may help Artefaktum to be a better service provider to fight and investigate organized crime and large scale fraud and scam cases

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