Statement – Norwegian act of Transparency

Our statement according to the Norwegian act of Transparency “Åpenhetsloven”

CCT is an international company listed with headquarter in Dublin Ireland.

The company has office in Bergen and provides advertising technology services within the real estate industry and the automotive industry. Most of our customers are businesses and private companies.

CCT Norge is organizationally divided into 2 business lines and administration. Under administration belong HR, Risk, Legal & Compliance, market and sales and finance and accounting. The administration and business lines report to the CEO. The CEO reports to the board. The board of CCT Group AS consists of 3 board members in addition to the chairman. The company’s highest body is the general meeting.

Business ethics, sustainability and social responsibility are integrated into CCT’s operations. We are committed to conducting our business ethically and sustainably. We recognize our responsibility to promote and adhere to these principles when conducting our business.

CCT has created a confidential reporting system for our employees, to secure transparency and practices that rewards improvements and identification of mistakes or malpractices in the organization. The integrity line is available 24/7, but is not intended to replace management responsibilities. Employees are encouraged to report to the local HR representative or manager, where possible.

CCT recognizes our responsibility to promote and comply with basic human rights and decent working conditions in connection with the production of goods and the delivery of services, cf. the Norwegian Transparency Act.

CCT surveys all its suppliers and business relationships and makes ongoing assessments related to risks relating to basic human rights, decent working conditions, sustainability and the environment. When working with our due diligence assessments, we look to the Directorate for Administration and Financial Management’s high-risk list, prepared guidelines and industry-specific guidance from the OECD, and possibly other objective sources.

Based on our due diligence assessments, the business basically involves a limited risk of negative consequences for basic human rights and decent working conditions. A diverse composition of competent, committed and satisfied employees is our most important input factor.

With regard to the potential negative impact on basic human rights and other working conditions, we have identified that the greatest risk relates to the procurement of work clothes, ICT equipment, electronics and vehicles. In order to minimize any negative impact, CCT seeks to repair and reuse as far as possible. We also closely monitor partners, suppliers and customers and require documentation of a joint commitment to respect for basic human rights and other working conditions.

Where we are unsure of the impact that partners, suppliers and customers have on the world around us, we demand an explanation and documentation. If the documentation received does not satisfy the safeguarding of basic human rights and decent working conditions, this could have consequences for the contractual relationship with CCT. In normal cases, we will seek to influence the supplier to minimize risk and repair any breaches that have been committed.

CCT’s objective is that all people who supply input factors to our business should have a good life and a salary to live on.

The CCT Code of Conduct