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Corporate Governance

Today, investors in particular want to understand a company’s long-term value creation plan and standardized information to support long-term risk assessments. Corporate governance involves the mechanisms and processes through which companies operate and make decisions. Wellgoverned companies aim to be transparent about their business practices.

Enerjisa Enerji has been listed in the BIST Corporate Governance Index since 2019. Our Corporate Governance Rating was 9.46 out of 10 in 2020. We are one of the companies with the highest corporate governance rating on the BIST Corporate Governance Index.

Detailed information about the corporate governance rating of Enerjisa Enerji can be found at Enerjisa Enerji 2020 Corporate Governance Rating Report.


Risk management is recognized as an integral component of robust governance. Our Risk Management Framework aims to define all risks and opportunities, which may impact financial, operational and strategic plans and makes it possible to assess, classify and mitigate these risks through various methodologies.

The ultimate goal of the framework is to provide transparency to management functions and support decision making processes via regular reporting.

Enterprise Risk Management is positioned as a central function in Enerjisa Enerji. In business units, risk coordinators are assigned to act as a bridge between departments and central risk management function. Every year we conduct a one-day risk management workshop with business unit risk coordinators and process owners. In this study, we address key highlights from previous year, annual risk management calendar and methodology regarding risk analysis, consolidation and reporting methodology. In 2020, risk management workshops were conducted through online meeting platforms.

You can access the Working Principles of the Early Risk Detection Committee from here.


Activities regarding establishing an Internal Control System were initiated in 2020 with the guidance of the Board of Directors. Internal Control Department was established in 2020.

Web-based software named Periskop was established in 2021 where process management, risk management, business continuity management and internal control management can be managed with a holistic approach.

The COSO Internal Control Framework, which is recognized as a global standard and consists of the best practices, was considered as a reference when establishing the Internal Control System, and the principles, standards and methods included in the framework were decided to be implemented.

Internal control scope will be determined according to the process risk assessments and also the opinions of the business units within 2021. According to the internal control scope, the existence and effectiveness of internal controls for operational risks will be evaluated. Internal control system will also evaluated by the selfevaluation studies carried out by the process owners.

As a result of these studies, it will be possible to report to the senior management regarding the effectiveness of the internal control system.


Ethics and transparency play an important role in our success. We act, together with our stakeholders, in accordance with the highest ethical standards in all of our business processes and relationships.

In 2020, we updated our Code of Conduct (Enetik 2.0), which is one of the ways we put our values into practice. It represents a framework and set of guidelines to ensure human rights and environmental protection, creating sustainable relationships including anti-bribery and anti-corruption, a fair competition, personal data and privacy protection, corporate information and assets protection, the principles concerning written and visual media and social media, conflicts of interest, political activities, association memberships, money, gifts and donations acceptance, external duties, dress code and working with relative and Occupational Health and Safety. Corporate Legal and Compliance Department is responsible for the implementation of Enerjisa Code of Conduct, whereas Internal Audit Department is responsible of reviving the effectiveness of Code of Conduct.

Enerjisa Code of Conduct (Enetik 2.0) can be found here.

Enerjisa Code of Conduct (Enetik 2.0) has been announced to all employees through e-mail and is easily and always accessible on the website of the Company, the “Document Management System” (available for all employees) and under the Sustainability menu of İKON, the mobile application for employees.

All Enerjisa stakeholders can remain anonymous and report cases of non-compliance or violations of the Code of Conduct via our e-mail address ENETİK@enerjisa.com, mail P.K. 2 06510 Emek/Ankara, the ethics hotline +90 (216) 579 09 14 or fax: +90 (312) 573 55 55. In addition to these reporting channels, all stakeholders may make notifications via the Sabancı Holding ethics line.

Anti-bribery and Anti-corruption
Anti-bribery and anti-corruption are managed as part of Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy in particular and Enerjisa Code of Conduct in general, which are binding for all employees and stakeholders. All enforcement and legal sanctions imposed for a violation of the Code of Conduct also apply to bribery and corruption.

The Enerjisa Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy can be found here.

In 2020, we became a corporate member of Turkish Ethics and Reputation Society. In the beginning of 2021, we declared our commitment to comply with Transparency International’s principles to demonstrate our Company’s commitment to adhere to the highest ethics standards.

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Human and Employee Rights
In 2020, we issued our Human Rights Policy. Our Human Rights Policy statement applies to all employees, management staff in all business units, business partners, within our sphere of influence, to further parties in our supply chain.

Our Human Rights Policy is available on our company website and under the Sustainability section of İKON, the mobile application for employees.

We constantly encourage reporting of any human rights violations, and frequently monitor potential problems and concerns about the effective implementation of our policy statement. We do not take any retaliation or action against any employee who reports actual or potential violations and concerns under this policy.