Guidelines and Policies
Guidelines and policies relating to proper business conduct: Code of Ethics and Business Conduct and related policies
Ceva’s Code of Ethics and Business Conduct (the “Code”) defines ethics and compliance risk and describes the respective roles and responsibilities of all employees in conducting their business activities in strict compliance with the key principles set forth in the Code.
Ceva fully supports government-sponsored measures to combat bribery, corruption, and money laundering and terrorist financing, and has established specific business intake practices to maintain global compliance with all applicable laws related to such topics.
In this regard, Ceva’s Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy, Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Policy and International Sanctions Policy, individually and collectively, provide requirements and procedures governing business conduct for transactions that may pose a risk of bribery, corruption, money laundering or terrorist financing, so that Ceva personnel may comply with applicable laws, regulations, industry codes, and Ceva’s Code.
Ceva also expects its suppliers, contractors and other business partners to share Ceva’s commitments to operating with integrity and in a lawful and ethical manner, consistent with the principles set forth in this Code.
To help business partners understand Ceva’s commitment to integrity and the standards of business conduct, Ceva has prepared this Ceva Business Ethics & Principles For Business Partners that summarizes the values set out in Ceva’s Code: