Groupe de sociétés Colt
Vous trouverez dans le tableau ci-dessous, les coordonnées de chacune des sociétés commerciales au sein du groupe de sociétés Colt (dont la société mère ultime est Colt Group Holdings Limited, une société domiciliée en Angleterre qui n’est pas elle-même une société commerciale).
Si vous êtes un client ou un fournisseur d’un membre du groupe de sociétés Colt (ou avez une autre forme de relation juridique avec un membre du groupe), les détails concernant la société spécifique avec laquelle vous entretenez une relation contractuelle seront indiqués dans votre contrat particulier ou bon de commande. Vous pouvez également trouver les coordonnées de la société en question sur les bons de commande, factures, relevés de compte correspondants ou autres documents.
Code de conduite
Code de conduite
Colt jouit d'une excellente réputation auprès de ses clients, employés, actionnaires et partenaires commerciaux. Chacun d'entre nous doit assumer la responsabilité de maintenir et de renforcer notre réputation. Notre succès en dépend.
Veuillez lire ce code de conduite et signer la déclaration de conformité ci-jointe. Ce code de conduite vise à aider tous les employés à comprendre et à respecter les normes de conduite que Colt s'engage à adopter dans l’exercice de ses activités. Il couvre des aspects très divers comme la façon dont nous traitons nos clients, nos fournisseurs et nos employés et comment les conflits d'intérêt doivent être évités.
Code de conduite des partenaires
Colt s'engage à respecter les normes les plus élevées de gouvernance et de responsabilité d'entreprise. Notre politique n'est pas simplement de se conformer à la lettre des lois ou des règlements, mais plutôt d'inculquer et de maintenir une véritable culture de conformité partout où nous exerçons nos activités. En conséquence, Colt s'attend à ce que tous les partenaires (y compris leurs sous-partenaires et affiliés) adhèrent à la lettre et à l'esprit de son engagement d'intégrité.
Our supplier code of conduct (English)
Colt is committed to the highest possible standard of corporate governance and responsibility. Our policy is not merely to comply with the letter of laws or regulations, but rather to instil and maintain a true culture of compliance wherever we do business. In consequence, Colt expects that all Suppliers will embrace the letter and spirit of its commitment to integrity.
This Supplier Code of Conduct incorporates the same standards of ethical conduct and integrity as the Colt internal Code of Business Conduct. Suppliers are requested to adhere to this Code and to remain mindful that their activities may have an influence on Colt’s reputation and relationship of trust with customers, employees and shareholders. We expect that the utmost of care is taken to protect Colt's reputation and relationships.
GPL - Our commitment
Before filing or continuing to prosecute any legal proceeding or claim (other than a Defensive Action) arising from termination of a Covered License, Colt commits to extend to the person or entity (“you”) accused of violating the Covered License the following provisions regarding cure and reinstatement, taken from GPL version 3. As used here, the term ‘this License’ refers to the specific Covered License being enforced.
However, if you cease all violation of this License, then your license from a particular copyright holder is reinstated (a) provisionally, unless and until the copyright holder explicitly and finally terminates your license, and (b) permanently, if the copyright holder fails to notify you of the violation by some reasonable means prior to 60 days after the cessation.
Moreover, your license from a particular copyright holder is reinstated permanently if the copyright holder notifies you of the violation by some reasonable means, this is the first time you have received notice of violation of this License (for any work) from that copyright holder, and you cure the violation prior to 30 days after your receipt of the notice.
Colt intends this Commitment to be irrevocable, and binding and enforceable against Colt and assignees of or successors to Colt’s copyrights.
Colt may modify this Commitment by publishing a new edition on this page or a successor location.
This work is available under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.
- ‘Covered License’ means the GNU General Public License, version 2 (GPLv2), the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 2.1 (LGPLv2.1), or the GNU Library General Public License, version 2 (LGPLv2), all as published by the Free Software Foundation.
- ‘Defensive Action’ means a legal proceeding or claim that Colt brings against you in response to a prior proceeding or claim initiated by you or your affiliate.
- ‘Colt’ means Colt and its subsidiaries.
Modern Slavery Act
This statement is made by Colt Group Holdings Limited as the ultimate parent company of the Colt Group of Companies, which includes all the companies named above. At Colt, we are committed to running our business responsibly. We strive to maintain the highest ethical principles and to respect human rights. Our Code of Business Conduct sets out the overall standards and commitments towards ethical conduct, anti-corruption and legal compliance. These standards extend to Colt’s suppliers, partners, agents, directors, employees and subcontractors.
Our tax policy
This tax policy applies to Colt Group Holdings Ltd and its subsidiaries. The policy has been reviewed by the Audit Committee and approved by the Board of Directors.
Colt provides high bandwidth network services, voice services and data centre services for enterprises and wholesale customers in Europe, Asia and North America’s largest business hubs. We enable the digital transformation of businesses through our intelligent, purpose‐built, cloud-integrated network, connecting over 900 data centres around the globe.
Colt takes its legal obligations seriously and is committed to the highest possible level of both legal and ethical standards. We fully comply with tax law in all the territories in which we operate, including the UK, and pay the right amount of tax, at the right time and in the right place. Nevertheless, Colt is a large organisation and it is inevitable that risks, including tax risks, will arise. As with any risk, we carefully manage tax risk including in respect of UK taxation through an established framework of systems, processes and controls which have been approved by the board of directors. This framework seeks to proactively identify and mitigate tax risk. Such risks are communicated to the board of directors who have ultimate responsibility for tax governance.
It is not the group’s policy to simply comply with the letter of the law, but also the spirit of the law and due consideration is given to protecting the group’s reputation and its brand. We will only undertake transactions that have a strong underlying commercial rationale; we do not undertake transactions that are artificial or contrived or that are designed to avoid taxation. All transactions between legal entities of the Colt group are conducted on an arm’s length basis.
Colt is a large and dynamic organisation and operates against a background of rapidly evolving tax law. We seek to minimise tax risk and we seek professional advice where necessary and apply for tax rulings where the interpretation of tax law is unclear.
We engage with tax authorities, including HM Revenue & Customs, with openness and transparency including full disclosure of all relevant facts. Colt believes in engaging with tax authorities in a proactive discussion to resolve disputes but we will consider litigation where we disagree with a tax authority on a point of law or a matter of interpretation.
Colt regards the publication of this policy as complying with our duty under para 16(2), Sch 19 FA16 for the year ended 31 December 2020
Terms et Conditions, Acceptable use policy
Section 172 statement
Protection des données personnelles
Colt fournit des réseaux et des services de communication de calibre mondial à des entreprises et clients grossistes sur les plus grands centres d'affaires en Europe, en Asie et en Amérique du Nord. Colt permet aux entreprises d'effectuer leur transformation numérique grâce à son réseau intelligent, sur-mesure et intégré sur le cloud, connu sous le nom de Colt IQ Network.
Règlement général sur la protection des données (RGPD)
With effect from 1st June 2019, Notification of Earthworks to Licensee must comply and refer to The Info-Communications Media Development Authority - IMDA’s directive on full earthworks requirement. This document sets out the minimum requirements of Colt Technology Service Pte Ltd (the Licensee) that must be complied with by Earthworks Contractors for the purposes of Section 29(3)(a) of the Telecoms Act ("Licensee's Earthworks Requirements").
The objective is to prevent damages to the underground telecommunication cables which cause disruption to telecommunication services by earthwork contractors.
Colt has levied a one-off Regulatory Surcharge on customers of its network services in September 2015. This is a contribution to the significant investment we have made to comply with new obligations and regulations implemented on a national and European level recently. The most significant example is the 2011 EU Directive on ‘Security and Integrity of Electronic Communications’.
The Directive requires national regulatory authorities to take measures to ensure that ‘providers take appropriate security measures to protect the security of networks and services’, and that ‘providers report incidents with significant impact on networks and services’. For more detail, please see the following document by The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (‘ENISA’).
Since the EU Directive was implemented into national legislation, national regulatory authorities have been working to develop their own frameworks and processes to ensure compliance, in line with EU law. Different countries have developed their own approaches.
Therefore, Colt has embarked on a major programme of investment to develop, review, monitor and document its systems and operational procedures to the standard required to ensure compliance.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss this charge.
What a supplier should expect of us
If you are considering applying to Colt to be a Supplier/Vendor, here is what you should expect from Colt during the onboarding process.
If appropriate, Colt will engage with you, and as part of the process, Colt will ask you to:
- Sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA)
- Self register in our supplier management system
- Sign a copy of the Colt Supplier Code of Conduct
- Complete a Risk Questionnaire via our Vendor Risk Management portal
- Complete a Supplier information form - providing details such as Company Address, Company Registration Number, Bank Details and VAT Number
- Sign appropriate contractual documents
Colt will never request a processing or administrative fee from any potential or current supplier, as part of tendering or on-boarding. If you have any concerns about a payment request from anyone acting for or on behalf of Colt, please immediately alert this to the CorporateComplianceCommittee@colt.net, or use the whistleblowing hotline (details available at the end of the Code of Conduct).