Reunion Neuroscience Inc. is committed to maintaining high standards of integrity, ethics, and accountability in conducting its operations while seeking to grow its business and realize its mission.
It’s the responsibility of every member of the Reunion team to engender these values and to ensure compliance with the guidelines set out in our Code of Ethics & Business Conduct, Reunion’s policies and procedures, and under applicable laws. Any breach of these guidelines, policies, or laws (Violations) are taken seriously by the Reunion management team.
If we’re to live up to this responsibility, it’s of utmost importance that Reunion be made aware of any Violations that could compromise our integrity or have a detrimental effect on our company; our employees; or our business partners, patients, and shareholders.
Reunion is a responsible organization with an open corporate culture, in which everyone is free to raise concerns. Any member of the Reunion team should feel comfortable raising Violations to their supervisor, the legal department, or the Chief Executive Officer.
We understand that you may not feel that you can talk with them. Reunion therefore provides this Whistleblower Portal to report potential Violations, which guarantees full confidentiality. We investigate every submission immediately and pursue potential Violations consistently.
You can use the Whistleblower Portal to report serious matters or suspected serious matters ONLY. The concerns raised must involve gross violation of law or Reunion’s Code of Ethics & Business Conduct.
For instance, serious concerns include:
- Fraud or theft
- Embezzlement or financial impropriety
- Money-laundering or terrorist financing
- Bribery or corruption Commented : This is just a link to the governance documents in current IR site
- Insider trading
- Harassment or violence
- Endangerment of patients
- Human rights violations
- Circumstances which have resulted in substantial injury
Other matters such as dissatisfaction with pay, collegial difficulties, and so on should not be reported in this system.
When you file a report, you can choose to do it anonymously or non-anonymously.
If you choose to report anonymously, it is even more important that you give descriptions that are as detailed as possible. This is because we will be unable to contact you for any clarification questions after you have filed the report.
If you provide your name, your confidentiality will be assured to the maximum extent possible to conduct a thorough and impartial investigation.