Prior to 2017, Furla worked on a range of projects to respond to specific Sustainability & CSR requirements. At the end of 2017, to cope with the growing attention paid to these issues, we set up a Sustainability & CSR department and since then, the Company has implemented a set of instruments such as its new Code of Ethics, its Suppliers' Manual, and several policies that lay down the Company's values, as well as a strategy to drive new Social and Environmental Responsibility projects.
We have also set up specific bodies that suggest, validate, and monitor projects: the Sustainability Committee, which also includes some top managers of the areas affected by the projects, and the Ethics Committee, which gathers and deals with reports – internal or external – on the issues addressed by the Code of Ethics. The third control body, solely for Furla Spa, is the Supervisory Board, required by Legislative Decree no. 231/2011 as regards administrative liability arising out of a criminal offence, established in 2016 at the same time as the Internal Audit department.
For reports to the Ethics Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
For reports to the Supervisory Board: email@example.com