The anti-corruption rating, conceived as a tool for assessing the activities of large businesses in combating corruption, was published by the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, it included 50 companies that topped the list of "EXPERT 400 - rating of the largest Russian companies" at the end of 2019, as well as companies that passed in 2019 an independent examination of the implementation of the Anti-Corruption Charter of Russian Business within the framework of the Public Confirmation procedure.
The rating is formed on the basis of the opinion of independent experts on documents confirming the compliance of companies' activities with the international standard ISO 37001: 2016 "Anti-corruption management systems - Requirements and recommendations for use" and the provisions of the Anti-Corruption Charter of Russian Business. As stated in the preamble of the rating - 2020, "The strategic goal of the Rating is to increase the openness and transparency of Russian business."
PJSC "Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Plant" actively combats corruption. The company has approved and has been implementing a corporate Anti-Corruption Policy for several years now, confirming the commitment of MMK and its management to high ethical standards and principles of open and honest business conduct, as well as PJSC MMK's striving to improve the corporate culture, adhere to the best corporate governance practices and maintain a high level business reputation.