Policies, codes and standards

Codes of conduct

GSK Code of Conduct

Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABAC) Programme

Anti-Bribery and Corruption Programme Handbook
The Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABAC) Programme is part of GSK’s response to the threat and risk of bribery and corruption.  The programme includes the ABAC Handbook, which has been designed to assist internal and external parties understand corruption risk and identify people’s responsibilities to actively combat both real and perceived corruption.

Anti-Bribery and Corruption Programme Third Party Guidelines

Third Party Guidelines are provided to all third parties that GSK engages with in order to make them aware of our anti-bribery and corruption policies and what we expect from them as our business partners

Public policies

GSK access and developing countries

GSK and research & development

GSK and intellectual property

GSK and the environment

GSK and public health

GSK and other issues

Other reports

GlaxoSmithKline plc  - Specialised Disclosure Report

GlaxoSmithKline Capital plc Euro Medium Term Note Programme

GlaxoSmithKline Capital plc Annual Reports

UK Pension Schemes Statements of Investment Principles (SIP)

The links below will allow you to download the Statements of Investment Principles for the four main UK pension schemes.

The contents of these documents are set out under UK law and cover the investment policies of the schemes in the following broad areas:  Risk Measurement and Management, Implementation and Governance. The documents also provide details of the asset allocation of the investments.

The Statements have been agreed by the Trustee Boards on the basis of written advice from their appointed external investment advisers and lawyers.  There is a consultation process on the SIP with the participating employers as required by law.

The Statements are reviewed by the Trustees annually and also if there are any significant changes to the investment policies.

The Trustees monitor compliance with this statement at least annually.  Fund manager activity is reviewed quarterly through reports prepared by investment consultants. Additionally, meetings are held with fund managers at least annually to review the activities and compliance with their contractual terms and with the Statements of Investment Principles.