Ethics and Compliance

Compliance policies are aimed at preventing those events that may cause the company to be liable, in the various forms (including cumulative forms) in which risks can take place

Leonardo S.p.a., in the carrying out its business activities, is committed to prevent the risk of illegal practices at all work levels and in any geographical area, by disseminating and promoting ethical values and principles, as well as by the implementation of rules of conduct and effective control processes, in line with the requirements set forth by applicable laws and international best practices.


Leonardo, in addition, actively participates in sectorial industry associations such as the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe - ASD ("Common Industry Standards" - Common principles against corruption of the companies operating in the Aerospace and Defense sector) and the International Forum for Business Ethical Conduct - IFBEC ("Global principles for business Ethical Conduct" - Global principles of business ethics for companies operating in the Aerospace and Defense sector) that, at European and international level, promote common principles of business ethics.


"In Leonardo we have zero tolerance for corruption and for conducts which are not inspired to strict adherence to ethical principles and full observance of laws. I am concerned and I take care of Leonardo reputation as my own personal reputation and I have the expectation that any employee of the company follows the same approach. Compliance with ethics, laws and integrity, as well as competing fairly, induce trust and confidence in customers, suppliers, commercial and industrial partners and all the company’s stakeholders and enable us to have success and expand our business all over the world. Awarding a business through unethical or unlawful conducts always results in a loss and a material damage for the company, loosing the business, in such cases, is the only way to preserve the business itself and to protect the reputation of Leonardo worldwide."

                                                                                                                  Compliance Council 2016

Ing. Mauro Moretti
CEO and General Manager



Guidelines of the Industrial Plan 2017 – 2021 – Sustainability – Solid Reputation and Reliability

«Zero Tolerance for Corruption to be implemented through the “Tone from the Top”, a clear definition of common rules and a focus on training»

                                                                                              Executives Convention – February 2017

Ing. Mauro Moretti
CEO and General Manager