Enel Américas receives Crime Prevention Model Certificate

Published on Monday, 23 July 2018

  • This certification recognizes the commitment of Enel Américas to prevent the risks of bribery, terrorism, money laundering, and receiving stolen goods.
  • The certificate obtained by the company will be valid for 24 months.


Santiago, July 23, 2018 -  Enel Américas received the Crime Prevention Model certificate in accordance with Law No. 20,393 that establishes the criminal liability of legal persons in the crimes of asset laundering, terrorism financing, bribery and receiving of stolen goods.

The certification was granted for 2 years, the maximum term provided by the Law and confirms the company's commitment to maintain a control and compliance system consistent with local regulatory requirements.

"This is an acknowledgment of the soundness and maturity of our compliance and anti-corruption policies and standards, which confirm that ethics and transparency are an integral part of the values and commitment we maintain with all our stakeholders," explained Borja Acha, president of Enel Américas.

Raffaele Cutrignelli, Audit Manager of Enel Américas, appointed by the Board of Directors to be in charge of crime prevention, is responsible for establishing and supervising the Crime Prevention System.

Furthermore, with a view to the future, Enel Américas continues working on the guidelines that aim to further strengthen its compliance model, inspired by international standards and guidelines established in the Enel Group’s Global Compliance Program.