Ethical management

G2GBIO seeks to conduct fair and transparent corporate management by adhering to ethical principles in all aspects of its business operations, building trust with shareholders and investors, fulfilling responsibilities and obligations to customers, and complying with relevant laws and regulations related to employee responsibilities.

Chapter 1 General Provisions
Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of this Code of Ethics is to establish standards for value judgment and related matters for ethical management practices of G2GBIO Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as 'the Company').
Article 2 (Scope of Application)
This Code of Ethics applies to all employees and affiliated companies of G2GBIO Co., Ltd.
Article 3 (Definition of Terms)
  1. Economic benefit' refers to cash, securities, goods, and other economic benefits.
  2. Entertainment' refers to the receipt of benefits such as meals, drinks, and entertainment.
  3. Convenience' refers to all cases where the recipient's convenience, such as accommodation and transportation, event support, and tourist information, causes the other party to incur economic loss, excluding gifts, entertainment, and meals.
Chapter 2 Attitude towards Shareholders and Investors
Article 4 (Protection of Shareholders' Rights)
  1. The company shall protect the rights of shareholders and respect their legitimate demands and proposals.
  2. The company shall make sincere disclosures of management information to establish mutual trust with shareholders and investors, and make efforts to maximize shareholders' interests.
Article 5 (Fair Treatment)
  1. The company shall treat all shareholders, including minority shareholders, fairly and equally
  2. The company shall make sincere disclosures of management information to establish mutual trust with shareholders and investors, and make efforts to maximize shareholders' interests.
Article 6 (Active Provision of Information)
  1. The company shall record and manage accounting information in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles to provide transparent financial status and management performance information.
  2. The company shall provide accurate management information in a timely manner in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, so that information users, including investors, can make reasonable investment judgments.
Chapter 3 Responsibility and Obligations towards Customers
Article 7 (Respect for Customers)
  1. The company always listens to customers' opinions and considers customer satisfaction as the top priority in all judgments and actions.
  2. The company treats customers politely and with a refined attitude, maintaining a neat appearance.
  3. The company prioritizes customer tasks above all else.
  4. When speaking with customers on the phone, the company responds with kindness and sincerity.
Article 8 (Keeping Promises to Customers)
  1. Promises made with customers must be kept, and only truth must be spoken.
  2. Promises made with customers regarding basic sales practices such as phone answering, visiting, and consultation, and customer complaints must be kept, and in case of problems, efforts should be made to minimize customer inconvenience with proactive measures.
Article 9 (Providing Value to Customers)
  1. The company strives to create the value that customers need, recognizing that customer development is our development.
  2. The company provides the best quality service that meets the demands of customers at a reasonable price and promptly and accurately responds to legitimate demands from customers.
Article 10 (Protection of Customers' Interests)
  1. If there are legitimate demands from customers regarding services or products, the company responds promptly and takes action.
  2. The company does not engage in unethical behavior in its relationship with customers and does not use or provide customer-related information for other purposes without the prior consent of the customer.
Chapter 4 Compliance with Regulations and Respect for the Order of Free Competition Market.
Article 11 (Compliance with Laws and Trade Customs)
  1. Do not engage in acts that violate domestic fair trade-related laws and regulations.
  2. In the case of overseas employees, make efforts to understand the laws and trade customs of the relevant region to avoid violating them.
Article 12 (Respect for the Order of Free Competition Market)
  1. Practice fair competition based on respect for competitors and do not infringe on their interests or unfairly exploit their weaknesses.
  2. Do not engage in baseless criticism or comparison of competitors through media or other means.
  3. Obtain and use information in a legitimate manner based on laws and trade customs, and do not disclose even competitor information unfairly to outsiders.
Chapter 5 Cooperation with Partners and Pursuit of Mutual Development
Article 13 (Fair Trade)
  1. All transactions should be conducted fairly and on an equal footing after sufficient discussion on conditions and procedures.
  2. In the event of any changes to the transaction conditions, they should be decided through mutual consultation with the partner company.
  3. Objective and clear criteria should be applied to ensure fairness when evaluating partner companies.
Article 14 (Prohibition of Unfair Acts)
  1. Clear reasons and dates should be notified to ensure objectivity and validity when terminating transactions with fixed partner companies.
  2. Unilateral decision-making based on unfair methods should be avoided to ensure fairness.
  3. The company shall not receive any gifts, entertainment, or other favors from partner companies by taking advantage of its dominant position in business.
Article 15 (Pursuit of Mutual Development)
  1. Efforts should be made to create a transparent trading environment through fair and rational trade relationships.
  2. The company actively supports the long-term growth of partner companies, allowing them to become competitive and share the profits generated on this basis.
Chapter 6 Basic Ethics for Employees
Article 16 (Basic Ethics)
We uphold the attitude of being a responsible corporate citizen with proper ethical values.
  1. 1. As members of G2GBIO, we take pride in our work and maintain an honest and diligent attitude at all times.
  2. 2. We actively cooperate and communicate with colleagues and related departments to efficiently achieve the goals and values pursued by the company.
  3. 3. We strictly distinguish between personal and company property and do not use company resources for personal gain.
  4. 4. We refrain from notifying third parties, such as cooperating companies, of events such as weddings or funerals that could burden them.
  5. 5. We strive for self-improvement to develop the ability to lead the company through changing situations.
  6. 6. We make our best effort to prevent accidents through thorough safety inspections and management.
  7. 7. We make an effort to prevent the leakage of customer information and company information, and we use genuine software for computer-related work.
  8. 8. We use company resources efficiently and avoid waste in carrying out our duties.
Article 17 (Fair Business Practices)
  1. All work is carried out in a fair and just manner, and we do not engage in activities that violate laws, regulations, or commercial customs.
  2. We do not receive any form of economic benefit that could compromise the fairness of work-related activities from stakeholders.
  3. We do not engage in unethical behavior that is not socially acceptable in relation to work or daily life.
  4. Superiors cannot give subordinates work instructions that violate laws, regulations, or commercial customs, and the subordinates can refuse to carry out such work.
Article 18 (Prohibition of Money Transactions, Solicitation, and Gift Exchange among Employees)
  1. Mutual financial lending or mutual guarantee between employees is generally prohibited.
  2. Employees do not engage in work-related inappropriate solicitations or accept any form of economic benefit in exchange for solicitation.
  3. Exchange of gifts among employees is generally prohibited, except in cases such as providing a burden-free gift to department members through mutual agreement for birthdays or anniversaries provided voluntarily by the boss.
Article 19 (Prevention of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace)
  1. We do not cause discomfort through intentional or unnecessary physical contact.
  2. We do not make sexual comparisons or evaluations of colleagues' bodies.
  3. We do not engage in behavior that induces sexual shame or emphasizes fixed sexual roles for others.
  4. We do not force drinking or dancing during company events and avoid obscene talk.
  5. We do not view pornography or other explicit materials on the Internet in the workplace.
Article 20 (Mutual Respect)
  1. We observe basic courtesy necessary for workplace life.
  2. We do not make inappropriate or derogatory remarks towards others.
  3. We do not engage in behavior that causes discomfort or hatred towards others.
  4. We do not create factions or discriminate based on school, gender, lineage, region of origin, disability, nationality, or race.
Chapter 7 Responsibility for Employees
Article 21: Respect for Employees and Talent Development
  1. The company shall establish a system that allows employees to perform their duties with pride and a sense of accomplishment based on a sense of ownership.
  2. The company shall provide all employees with opportunities for education necessary for their work, and employees shall share the knowledge they have acquired, both tangible and intangible, for the development of the company.
  3. Superiors shall provide all necessary advice and guidance based on the consideration of subordinates' suitability and aptitude for talent development.
  4. The company shall make efforts to build a corporate culture based on mutual trust and understanding that respects individuals' privacy.
  5. The company shall create an environment in which employees can perform creative work, and make efforts to regularly identify and resolve any issues or difficulties that may arise.
Article 22: Fair Treatment
  1. The company shall provide equal employment opportunities to employees based on their suitability and aptitude.
  2. The company shall evaluate and compensate employees objectively based on their abilities and performance.
  3. The company shall provide equal opportunities for employees to enhance their abilities, without discrimination based on their educational background, gender, family background, disability, nationality, race, etc.
Chapter 8 Responsibility to the Nation and Society
Article 23 (Proper Business Activities)
  1. We reject any actions that hinder sound business activities.
  2. We do not engage in any activities that harm the national economy or create a sense of discomfort among the people..
Article 24 (Contribution to Social Development)
  1. We contribute to the development of the nation through employment creation, faithful payment of taxes, and fulfilling our responsibilities as corporate citizens through education, culture, and welfare projects.
  2. We encourage and support the participation of our employees in healthy social volunteer activities.
  3. We make efforts to accept and resolve the legitimate demands of various social strata and local residents.
Article 25 (Environmental Management)
  1. We make efforts to minimize the discharge of environmental pollutants and prioritize the prevention of damage to local communities in the event of an accident.
  2. We comply with all relevant laws and regulations related to environmental protection and strive to develop environmentally-friendly products and services. 3. We actively participate in local community environmental preservation activities.
  3. We actively participate in local community environmental preservation activities.
Article 26 (Prohibition of Political Involvement)
  1. We do not allow any political activities within the workplace.
  2. We do not engage in any illegal support for candidates or political parties in any election.
Chapter 9 Obligation to comply with the Code of Ethics
Article 27 (Compliance and Management Responsibility of Ethics Code)
  1. All employees must comply with the ethics code, and executives and managers have the responsibility to manage their subordinates to comply with the ethics code.
  2. In case of a violation of the ethics code, thorough investigation of the causes and prevention of recurrence shall be carried out through education.
  3. All employees are responsible for complying with the ethics code in good faith, and shall bear the responsibility for any violation of it, including disciplinary action.
  4. In case of being pressured to violate the ethics code or becoming aware of such violation, the employee shall report to the department head or personnel committee, and any doubt regarding the violation shall be discussed with the supervisor or executive before taking action.

Please report any unethical conduct or other illegal activities by our employees. We will make every effort to promptly investigate and take
appropriate actions based on the facts provided in the report.

Example of report type
  • Receiving gifts or other benefits from stakeholders
  • Disclosing company-related information such as technical data, trade secrets, and personal information
  • Abusing their superior position to give unreasonable orders
  • Causing workplace problems such as verbal abuse, physical violence, harassment, and sexual harassment
  • Unfairly using or abusing the company's assets
  • Creating unfairness in the selection and management of partner companies
  • Other unethical behavior
Additional information
  • To verify the accuracy of the reported information, we follow the principle of reporting with real names.
    However, if it is impossible to disclose real contact information, anonymous reporting is also possible.
  • We prioritize protecting the identity of the whistleblower, ensuring confidentiality, and preventing retaliation.
reporting method
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