Enel Chile receives certificate of crime prevention model

Published on Monday, 20 March 2017

·        This certification acknowledges Enel Chile’s commitment in preventing the risks of bribery, terrorism, money laundering and receiving stolen goods.


·        The certificate obtained by Enel Chile and its affiliates is valid for 24 months.


Santiago, March 20, 2017. Enel Chile and its affiliates, Enel Generación Chile and Enel Distribución Chile, received the Crime Prevention Model certificate in accordance with law No. 20,393 which states the criminal responsibility of legal persons in respect to the crimes of asset laundering, financing of terrorism and crimes of bribery.

The certification – having already been certified for the first time in 2013 – confirms the commitment by the Enel Group in Chile towards maintaining a coherent system of control and compliance in respect to the local regulatory requirements.

“The certificate obtained acknowledges the work we have been undertaking as a company with a solid Code of Ethics, a transparent and anti-corruption policy system, constant trainings for the employees concerning these matters and high standards of control which are applied and verified in its processes”, explains Nicola Cotugno, general manager for Enel Chile, who also points out that this certificated was granted for two years, the maximum term provided by Law.

Raffaele Cutrignelli, Auditing manager for Enel Chile, who is in charge of crime prevention in the companies, appointed by the Board of Directors, is responsible for setting up and supervising the crime prevention system.

Likewise, in the future, the challenges for Enel Chile and its affiliates aim to further strengthen their compliance model, being inspired by the best practices internationally and by the guidelines set forth in the global compliance program of the Enel Group.