Integrity is central to our firm culture at Webber Wentzel, and we seek to maintain the highest ethical standards in conducting our business. We encourage our people, clients, and the public to disclose or report concerns where they have reasonable grounds to believe that there is unlawful, fraudulent, corrupt conduct or activity within the firm. This disclosure or reporting is known as whistleblowing and a person who discloses or reports a concern is called a whistleblower.
Should you wish to disclose or report anything that is deemed unlawful, fraudulent, corrupt conduct or activity within or at the firm, you can do so using the anonymous tip-off whistleblowing service, Tip Offs Anonymous. This service is managed by an independent organisation, Deloitte.
Contact the Tip Offs Hotline through:
For related queries or concerns, you can also contact our General Counsel.