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Code of Ethics

ARTIEM’s purpose is to “inspire people to be happy” and one of the keys to making this a reality is building solid relationships of trust between all the people and entities with whom we interact. For this reason, we are taking a further step in formalising the commitments and responsibilities that underpin these relationships, by drafting and publishing our Code of Ethics, while implementing whistle-blowing channels.

These reporting channels comply with the provisions of Spanish Law 2/2023, dated 20 February 2023, regulating the protection of persons who report regulatory infringements and the fight against corruption. This thereby guarantees whistle-blowers’ total confidentiality, ensuring that those who act in good faith have no fear of reprisals.

The following channels will be available:

· Communication channel. For questions related to this document’s content or to Anti-Corruption, you can send an e-mail to ([email protected])

· Whistle-blower channels: 1. E-Mail: [email protected]

2. Postal address:

Att: Ethics and Anti-Corruption Committee


Carrer Capifort, nº 6 bajo

07714 – POIMA, Mahón (Balearic Islands)

3. Verbal: talking to any member of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Committee

See our Code of Ethics: document 1

See our Whistle-Blower Procedure: document 2

See our Financial Contributions Report: document 2022, document 2023


In accordance with the provisions of data protection regulations, and specifically in reference to European Regulation EU 2016/679, we hereby inform you that your personal data will be processed in the internal information systems of the ETHICAL CHANNEL for which Red Turística Menorquina, S.L, (hereinafter, ARTIEM) is responsible.

ARTIEM will notify you of the facts and other information relating to your communication or complaint in the time and manner specified according to established internal procedures. The legitimate basis for processing your personal data is to fulfil legal obligations arising from the application of Spanish Law 2/2023 dated 20 February 2023 regulating the protection of persons reporting breaches of the law and the fight against corruption.

Your personal data will be stored for three months from receipt of the communication in the event that no investigation has been initiated, or for the time necessary and proportionate for the purposes of being able to validate the conclusions reached following the investigations that may have been undertaken, and the data may not be kept for a period of more than ten years.

In any case, you are informed that your personal data (non-identifying in the case of the complainant) may be communicated confidentially under the appropriate security measures, and if deemed necessary for the successful outcome of the investigation that may be launched, to ARTIEM’s Legal and Human Resources areas so as to proceed with the corresponding analysis of the situation and undertake the actions deriving from the latter. Likewise, your data (including the complainant’s identifying data) may be communicated to administrative or legal authorities, when so requested, as a result of any proceedings arising from the subject of the complaint made, as well as to persons involved in legal or administrative proceedings initiated as a result of the investigation.

You may exercise, where applicable, your rights of access, objection, rectification, erasure, restriction of processing, portability and the right not to be subject to automated individual decisions by writing to the following e-mail address [email protected] . In any case, you may seek protection from the data protection authorities.