In this document you will find Belfius’ governance structure, the internal rules of the Board of Directors, our committees, the Management Board and all important information related to our corporate governance.
Respecting and protecting human rights are fundamental conditions for being Meaningful & Inspiring - for our customers, our employees and for society at large. Our human rights policy is inextricably linked to our ambition to bolster our position as both a sustainable and ethical bank.
Fraud is a criminal offence. It has no place in society in general nor in the financial sector in particular. Belfius therefore has set up an anti-fraud risk management to limit the risk of fraud and to protect the interest of Belfius, those of its employees, customers and other stakeholders.
Belfius is committed to high standards of anti-money laundering (AML) / counter the financing of terrorism (CFT) compliance, and requires management, employees and subsidiaries to adhere to these standards in preventing the use of its products and services for money laundering and terrorism financing purposes. The general framework with Belfius for the fight against anti-money laundering and financing of terrorism is established in a Anti-Money Laundering Policy.
Belfius is committed to implementing a policy that is focused on sustainable enterprise and corporate social responsibility. Belfius also applies its own integrity policy within its organisation. A number of the commitments and obligations that Belfius imposes on itself, it also imposes on its suppliers.
Unauthorised discrimination against people for personal characteristics such as their gender, colour of their skin, age, disability or sexual orientation has no place in the corporate culture at Belfius.