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Company Response

19 Oct 2021

Response by Raiffeisen

19 October 2021

We ask for your understanding that we cannot provide any information about potential or existing customer relationships due to banking secrecy.

Yet, let us point out that we follow internal rules like our Code of Conduct in all our business activities.

https://www.rbinternational.com/en/who-we-are/governance-and-compliance/code-of-conduct.html

Please let me also add that RBI - according to the principles of RBI Group Code of Conduct Point 2.6.2 (see www.rbinternational.com/codeofcondcut) - complies with European Convention on Human Rights. RBI aims to engage into business, which is in line with these principles. RBI strives to neither directly nor indirectly finance any transactions, projects or parties, nor cooperate with any business partner (including customers, service providers and suppliers) that do not adhere to these standards or are suspected of human rights violations. Therefore, RBI takes into consideration the potential exposure to human rights concerns in its due diligence processes (e.g. the adverse media check) and business decisions.

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