Enel Chile and subsidiaries renew their Crime Prevention Model Certification until 2022

Published on Thursday, 17 June 2021

  • We obtained certification for 24 months, the maximum duration allowed by law, valid until December 2022.


Santiago, June 17, 2021.- Enel Chile and its subsidiaries Enel Generación Chile, Empresa Eléctrica Pehuenche, Enel Distribución Chile, Enel X Chile, Enel Green Power Chile, and Geotérmica del Norte obtained the Crime Prevention Model Certification under Law No. 20,393. The latter establishes the criminal liability of legal entities for money laundering crimes, financing of terrorism, bribery, and individual corruption, among others.

"This certification proves our companies' strong commitment to having a control and compliance system consistent with local regulatory requirements. Furthermore, it supports our purpose of promoting sustainable development through values such as trust, allowing us to relate honestly and transparently with our employees, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders," said Paolo Pallotti, General Manager of Enel Chile.

The certification was granted for two years, the maximum term provided by law, establishing Enel Chile's strong dedication to keeping a control and compliance system consistent with local regulatory requirements for crime prevention.

As a novelty, the certification included assessing all new offenses included in Law 20.393, among them corruption between private parties, unfair administration, incompatible negotiation, non-observance of isolation, or other preventive measures in case of epidemics or pandemics, among others.

"As a company, we strive to create an environment based on a culture of integrity and prevention among our teams and value chain collaborators. Enel Chile actively participates in various national and international initiatives. We promote good corporate ethics practices and contribute to creating transparent and sustainable business environments", said Eugenio Belinchón, Audit Manager of Enel Chile and subsidiaries, and Crime Prevention Officer appointed by the Board of Directors.

Enel Chile and its subsidiaries are one of the few companies in Chile with an anti-bribery management system certified by the ISO 37.001 standard, currently the most comprehensive international certification in corporate corruption prevention.