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Porsche - Ombudsmann System

Ombudsmann System

Porsche rejects all forms of corruption, cartelization, money laundering or any other white collar crime and does not tolerate any unlawful behavior by managers, employees, customers, business partners or public officials.

Porsche Does Not Tolerate Any Legal Violations.

Porsche takes tips about possible legal violations very seriously. It investigates such information carefully and takes appropriate actions in response to detected legal violations, in compliance with applicable employment and co-determination laws.

Porsche managers, employees, customers, business partners, public officials or other outside parties can report any tips of possible legal violations relating to Porsche to the ombudsman system. Whistleblowers do not need to fear any enforcement or other disadvantages from Porsche if they report such violations.

Whistleblowers can contact two external lawyers (ombudsmen) who work independently from Porsche through various reporting channels 24 hours a day at no charge. These ombudsmen treat all information provided confidentially and guarantee that whistleblowers remain anonymous.

Anyone who wishes to provide specific tips of possible legal violations relating to Porsche can contact the ombudsmen as set forth below. The ombudsmen are also available for a confidential personal conversation.

Contact Data of the Ombudsmen

Dr. Rainer Buchert, Lawyer
Address: Bleidenstraße 1, D-60311 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 (0)69 71033330 or +49 (0)6105 921355
Fax: +49(0)69 71034444
E-Mail: dr-buchert@dr-buchert.de

Thomas Rohrbach, Lawyer
Address: Wildgäßchen 4, D-60599 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49(0)69 65300356
Fax: +49(0)69 65009523
E-Mail: rohrbach@ra-rohrbach.de

Telephone Hotline

Details on how to contact the ombudsman are available in the Group languages German, Chinese, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Czech by calling +49 (0) 69 65 30 04 90.

Online Reporting

In addition to classic channels (telephone, fax, email, postal mail), tips can also be submitted online via the so-called Business Keeper Monitoring System (BKMS). The BKMS is a specially protected technological space which has been developed specifically for the electronic submission of confidential information. This system can be reached on the website of the ombudsmen from anywhere in the world at any time.

Direct contact to the Ombudsmen