Shareholders & Other Stakeholders
As well as safeguarding our shareholders’ interests, we believe that effective communication with shareholders and stakeholders is essential, as it helps to provide a better understanding of our business performance and strategies, while improving investor relations (IR).
The IR team helps to encourage open, transparent, efficient, and consistent communications with shareholders, investors, and equity analysts. For the latest IR results, announcements, press releases, and webcasts, click here.
Our Ethics and Compliance Office promotes the highest ethical standards of business conduct and legal compliance. It also oversees the organization’s ethics and compliance program and works in partnership with the business units across the globe to ensure they operate within legal and ethical obligations.
The Ethics and Compliance Office plays a critical role in providing employees with the guidance, resources, and information they need to make informed and appropriate decisions. It’s also responsible for the Lenovo Code of Conduct, which set our clear expectations and guidelines for every employee.
The Code covers many areas of ethical, responsible business practices, such as:
- Anti-bribery and anti-corruption, including a policy thatreinforces provisions in the Code and provides additional specific guidance regarding bribery and corruption.
- Anti-Competitive Practices and Fair Competition, including why employees cannot enterinto an agreement or discussion to set prices, limit the availability of goods or services on the market, or boycott a customer or supplier.
- Intellectual Property, including the company policy for employees to avoid any infringement of copyright or other intellectual property rights of other companies and individuals.
- To ensure that our ethical business standards, policies, and practices are being met, our internal audit team conducts about 40-45 advisory projects each year.
For more information on our Code of Conduct, click here.
Questions, Public Policy, & Tax
Lenovo recognizes the great importance of privacy to individuals everywhere – customers, website visitors, product users, employees...everyone. The responsible use and protection of personal and other information under the Company’s care is a core value. To ensure adherence to Lenovo privacy policies, principles and processes, the Company maintains a global Privacy Program led by the Legal Department and a cross-functional Privacy Working Group comprised of key partners drawn from Information Security, Product Security, Product Development, Marketing, E-Commerce, Service and Repair, Human Resources, and other groups.
Key projects of the Privacy Program include:
- Engagement with Lenovo’s business teams on privacy due diligence and application of key privacy principles
- Development and governance of internal and external privacy policies
- Hold pre-launch privacy review processes for products, software, websites, marketing programs, internal applications, and vendor relationships
- Host employee privacy awareness and training initiatives
- Support for contracts
- Tracking and application of legal requirements and industry best practices
- Audit and assessment
- Incident response planning and processes
Questions or concerns about Lenovo’s privacy policies and programs can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, including our website and product privacy statements, click here.