Whistle Blower Complaint Redressal | Nayara Energy

Whistle-blower Complaints Redressal System

Hotline Whistle-Blower Redressal System

Nayara Energy is committed to adhere to the highest standards of ethical, moral and legal conduct of business operations, including but not limited to measures against bribery, corruption, corporate fraud and conflict of interest situations. To maintain these high standards, Nayara Energy encourages its employees and other stakeholders, who have concerns about actual or suspected improper conduct or behaviour such as demanding or accepting bribes, dishonesty, abuse of power, corruption, fraud, theft, embezzlement, misuse of funds, questionable accounting, questionable financial transactions, sexual harassment, discrimination, breach of Ethics Code or company policies, breach of data or data theft, etc. to come forward and express these concerns without fear of punishment or unfair treatment.
Nayara Energy’s Hotline Whistle-Blower (WB) Policy aims not only at protecting the identity of the “Whistle-Blower” but also protecting him/her from any subsequent retribution within the system by any affected party.
Furthermore, the Policy also aims to fulfil the requirements of the Companies Act, 2013 with respect to establishment of a vigil mechanism for directors and employees to report genuine concerns or grievances.

Speak up!

To report any instance of unethical or improper conduct or violation of Nayara Energy Ethics Code or policies, reach out to the Chief Compliance & Risk Officer through any one of the following channels,

Whistle-blower Hotline Toll-free Number:
Record your complaint with the IVR system.
You can also email your concerns at hotline@nayaraenergy.com.
File a complaint online at whistleblower.nayaraenergy.com

Alternatively meet us in Person
Write to us at

CCRO, Nayara Energy Ltd,
5th Floor, Jet Airways Godrej BKC,
Plot No. C-68, G Block,
Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East,
Mumbai - 400 051, Maharashtra, India

To download our Hotline Whistle-Blower Complaint Form Click Here.

Whistle-blower means any person, including but not limited to individuals who are outside the traditional employee-employer relationship, such as customers, consultants, third parties (including participants in procurement process), bidders, contractors, suppliers, service providers, auditors, vendors, franchisees, dealers, investors, visitors, apprentices /trainees /interns, volunteers, temporary workers and former employees, who discloses inappropriate conduct or behaviour.

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