The effectiveness of internal financial reporting control is monitored by the Board of Directors, the Audit Committee, the CEO, Group management, the internal auditing department, and the managers of the various units and departments. Internal control encompasses monitoring monthly financial and business reports, reviews of prognoses and plans, reports prepared by internal auditing, and quarterly interim reports from the external auditors.

Any significant changes in risks in business operations and the business environment are regularly evaluated as part of quarterly interim reporting.

Internal auditing submits a summary report to the Audit Committee every six months concerning the inspections conducted, principal observations made, and actions agreed upon.



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