Tackling financial crime

Aegon is determined to tackle incidents of corruption and malpractice in all its businesses around the world.

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Aegon has detailed procedures in place for complaints regarding accounting, international financial controls and auditing issues. These procedures operate in conjunction with national laws and separate provisions, set out at individual country unit level, to deal with issues ranging from handling confidential information to tackling money laundering.

Incidents of fraud, corruption and malpractice are reported on a quarterly basis to the company’s Group Risk & Capital Committee and details are included in our annual Sustainability Report.

Tracking Incidents of Fraud

Aegon's Global Financial Crime Notification, Investigation and Reporting Procedure provides a clear definition of what constitutes financial crime. It outlines company-wide procedures for tracking incidents of fraud, corruption and money laundering across the company.

Aegon also sets out clear rules in its Code of Conduct and Business Principles to prevent corruption, bribery, money laundering, insider dealing and other forms of malpractice. We raise awareness of these issues through a series of educational programs for our employees worldwide.

updated November 13, 2013


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Group Compliance Officer
Aegon N.V.
P. O. Box 85
2501 CB The Hague
The Netherlands

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