Advisense operates in a heavily regulated industry in which trust and fair business practices are of the utmost importance, both for Advisense and its clients.

We therefore promote a culture where anyone within or outside Advisense feels safe and is encouraged to act and report any wrongdoing related to our operations. This can be done in several ways, for example if you’re an employee you can report to your respective manager or Employee Responsible (“ER”). If the manager/ER is involved in the situation or cannot or has not adequately addressed the concerns, or if you are a reporting person outside of the Advisense Group, you have the possibility to report via our Whistleblowing channels according to the routine described below. 

When and how can I report?

If you have suspicions of misconduct or irregularities such as crime, fraud, bribery and illicit benefits or inappropriate behavior, you can always report this. Reports in writing should be made in English and include all the necessary information available regarding the misconduct. As a minimum the report should consist of the following, if possible:

  • When: Date, time and location.
  • Who: Names of person(s) involved, roles and your relationship with the person(s) involved.
  • What: The general nature of your concern, how you became aware of the issue and possible witnesses. Please include other information to support your report.
  • Contact information (if the reporting person does not wish to stay anonymous): As all reported information is handled with strict confidentiality, we urge you to provide your contact information so we can confirm received report and follow up in the case.

You can report suspicions to Advisense´s Chief People Officer (“CPO”) via the whistleblowing channels below:

  • Email: whistleblow@advisense.com
  • Physical mail: to “Östermalmstorg 1, SE-114 42, Stockholm, Sweden, att. Chief People Officer
  • Phone: +46 – 73 850 74 39
  • In a physical meeting: if requested by the reporting person

If the report concerns the CPO, the report can be sent to the Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”):

  • Email: magnus.karlberg@advisense.com
  • Phone: +46 – 70 624 21 38
  • In a physical meeting: if requested by the reporting person

Reporting to the competent authority

It is possible to alert us about misconduct both to us as described above or to a competent authority. In the first instance, report to us, if we do not provide feedback or if reporting to us would entail a risk of ineffective remediation, you can turn to the competent authority. Depending on the subject area of the breach, different competent authorities might be the suitable authority for an external report. See the different competent authorities (including contact information) and their respective areas below.

Competent AuthorityArea of responsibility
The Swedish Competition Authority (SCA)Malpractices in the area public procurement, competition and which is covered by the SCAs supervisory responsibility.
The Swedish Supervisory Authority (SFSA)Malpractices in the area financial services, products and markets and the prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism and covered by the SFSAs supervisory responsibility.
The Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY)Malpractice in the area of protection of privacy and personal data as well as security in network and information systems and covered of IMYs supervisory responsibility.
The Swedish Economic Crime AuthorityMalpractice in the field of EU financial interests pursuant to Article 2 (1) (b) of Directive 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the fight against fraud.
The Swedish Tax AgencyMalpractice in the field of EU financial interests pursuant to Article 2 (1) (b) of Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council, as regards the field of taxation and corporate taxation.
The Swedish Work Environment Authority (Arbetsmiljöverket)Malpractice not covered by the responsibility of any other competent authority.

Personal data

When you report a misconduct or breach in Advisense´s operations, Advisense may need to process personal data about you. The personal data in a whistleblowing report can relate to you as a whistleblower, the person under investigation, witnesses or other individuals that are mentioned. Please see Advisense´s Whistleblowing Privacy Notice on how we process your personal data.