Elbit Systems UK Ethics & Conduct
Conducting our business ethically is one of Elbit Systems’ core values. Our policy is to follow best practice compliance standards applicable to the broad range of our global activities. Because of the significance we place on ethical business conduct, our Code of Conduct and Business Ethics, our Anti-Bribery Compliance Policy and our Supplier Code of Conduct are all publicly available as provided below.
Code of Conduct and Business Ethics
As part of our ongoing Ethics compliance program, and consistent with legal requirements applicable to publicly traded companies, we are pleased to attach our updated Code of Conduct and Business Ethics as approved by Elbit Systems Board of Directors.
Because of the importance we place on conducting our activities in an ethical manner, our employees, officers and directors are committed to following the Code as well as our other ethics and compliance related procedures and policies. The Code contains a “whistleblower” process to facilitate reporting of Code violations.Download
Anti-Bribary Compliance Policy
The international nature of our business and our work with governmental customers and end users around the world require us to be compliant with anti-bribery laws, regulations and standards. Our employees, officers and directors are committed to anti-bribery compliance as set forth in our Anti-Bribery Compliance Policy, which also describes our policy on business entertainment and gifts.Download
Supplier Code of Conduct
We expect our supply chain to meet our ethical standards in all of their activities with us, as reflected in our Supplier Code of Conduct, which is incorporated into our procurement agreements.Download
Conflict Minerals Compliance Policy
We support government and industry initiatives to increase supply chain transparency to facilitate the ability of companies to source “conflict-free minerals”. We are also committed to sourcing materials from companies that share our values with respect to conflict minerals, as reflected in our Conflict Minerals Compliance Policy. Elbit Systems’ most recent Conflict Minerals Report to the SEC is attachedEnglish version 2017 version
The information herein represents the Tax Policy that applies to Elbit Systems Ltd. (the “Company”) and its subsidiaries world-wide, and is being published in compliance with the requirements of Schedule 19 of the UK Finance Act 2016. This Tax Policy is consistent with the Company’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and other compliance policies.Download