As required by current laws and regulations, CNAO Foundation shall make publicly available all economic, financial and administrative information, highlighting any useful content that helps to understand the mission and values of the Foundation.
Information such as CNAO's Code of Ethics, its By-laws, Organisational Chart, CSR Reports and Accounting Statement of the "5x1000" tax is available to everyone, not just to insiders, in order to be fully transparent towards the people who interact with the Centre.
Code of Ethics
Download CNAO Foundation's Code of Ethics in PDF format.
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