We Encourage Employees to Seek Advice & Report Concerns
If at any point you are unsure about whether a planned course of action may violate our Code of Business Conduct, you should seek advice. Contact the CCO to obtain guidance or to report concerns about an actual or suspected Code or other policy violation.
Questionable or unethical activities can also be reported to your supervisor, the General Counsel, CCO, or any of the members of senior management. While we strongly encourage you to report your concerns to us, they can also be anonymously reported by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting the Company’s Audit Committee directly or by accessing the whistleblower hotline by calling 1-844-601-1864 or at www.blueowlcapital.ethicspoint.com.
Nothing in this Code of Conduct should be construed to prohibit you from reporting possible violations of any law or regulation to any governmental agency or entity, including the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, or other governmental entities, or making any other disclosures that are protected by any governmental “whistleblower” laws or regulations.
No Covered Person may retaliate in any fashion against you if you report a suspected or actual violation of this Code in good faith. Making a report in “good faith” generally means that you have a reasonable and genuine belief that the information you are providing relates to a possible violation of law or this Code, regardless of whether the report turns out to be founded.
In addition, you have certain rights in connection with reporting legal, compliance, ethical or issues to regulatory, administrative, or other government or self-regulatory bodies. Nothing in this Code is intended to limit those rights or any protections that may be applicable in connection with reporting potential violations.