Enel Chile regularly manages associations with local, national and international institutions, following guidelines from the Compliance Program, Criminal Risk Prevention Model and all its components; providing comprehensive and transparent information, so institutions are in the best position possible for responsible decision making.
All activities with institutions are registered and regulated in accordance with Law 20,730 in force in Chile, maintaining internal procedures and mandatory compliance manuals for any worker, manager or future contractor that relates to public officials or members of public institutions in their daily activities.
Enel Chile has continued to be part of numerous trade and employer associations during 2021. It has also developed a management model to monitor and ensure transparency in meetings with the authorities, as well as a procedure that regulates the relationship with these entities and another one that frames the relationship with the authority.
|Contributions over the last four years|
* Enel Chile and its subsidiaries have not made any contribution related to lobbying, interest representation or similar, political campaigns / support to organizations / contributions to local, regional or national candidates or others (for example, expenses related to ballot measures or referendums), in compliance with Law 20,900, as well as the Group's internal policies.
** Data coverage corresponds to 100% as a percentage of revenues for the four years.
The three most important of Enel Chile's total monetary contributions were: to the Chilean Association of Generators (Ch$ 334,686,678) through its subsidiary Enel Generación Chile; to the Chilean Association of Electricity Companies (Ch$ 102,494,722) through its subsidiary Enel Distribución Chile; and to the Chilean Institute of Rational Business Administration (ICARE) (Ch$ 75,195,400) through Enel Chile.
To learn more about the associations in which Enel Chile participates, click here.