Highest Governance Standards and Business Integrity


Hafnia is committed to the highest corporate governance standards and business integrity.

Our governance policies and practices comply with applicable laws and ethical standards in line with long-term performance and financial soundness.  

Our policies are based on the Norwegian Code of Practice for Corporate Governance, issued by the Norwegian Corporate Governance Board (the “Code”).

Read More About the Code Here

Management and Board of Directors

Hafnia’s Executive Management team consists of experienced executives with extensive experience in the maritime field, with strong relationships with major oil and gas companies, shipyards, global financial institutions and other key players in the industry. 


The Board of Directors complements the management team with related international experience in shipping, energy and capital markets, as well as a broad range of functional competencies. This allows for a optimal balance of expertise and diversity.

Meet our Executive Management & Board of Directors

Risk is inherent in our business activities, and managing them is critical for ensuring long-term success. Our overall risk management program focuses on the unpredictability of financial markets and seeks to minimise potential adverse effects on Hafnia’s financial performance, to create sustainable value for customers, employees, shareholders and the community.

Integrity and Business Ethics

We have a zero tolerance policy to corruption and bribery. Strong procedures are implemented with intensive training.

We are a member of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (“MACN”), to work towards an industry free of corruption.

Read Our Anti-Bribery Policy Here

We ensure compliance with applicable competition laws in relation to our market position, fleet size and jurisdictions in which vessels operate in.

We focus on preventing anti-competitive behaviour within all areas.

Hafnia conducts business in accordance with anti-money laundering laws and regulations.

Everyone has a personal responsibility to not be involved in any actions infringing anti-money laundering laws. We conduct due diligence on counterparties whilst maintaining and reviewing approved counterparties pursuant to screening procedures.

Hafnia conducts business in accordance with applicable sanctions, laws, and regulations.

Our sanctions policy identifies sanctions risks faced in undertaking business activities. It governs internal controls that must be followed to mitigate and remove the threat of such risks.

Whistleblowing is vital in identifying and reducing illegal and other unethical practices and ensuring Hafnia and our staff maintain the highest ethical standards.

Reporting is via our independently engaged platform that guarantees anonymity, protecting people from reprisals or victimisation.

Whistleblowing Reporting

General Data Protection and Regulation (GDPR) 

Our GDPR policy is applicable across Hafnia, subject to the Danish Data Protection Act and GDPR rules. 

We are compliant with all regulations relating to information collecting and storing, and employee privacy.

Jan Simon, VP
Head of IT & Digital, Data Protection Officer

M: +45 5157 8023T:  +45 3369 9005

Innovation & Change
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Our employees must adhere to high standards of behaviour.

Responsibilities and conduct standards are set out in our code of conduct, which includes non-harassment, anti-corruption and anti-bribery and whistleblowing.

Hafnia Code of Conduct

Our Supplier Code of Conduct reflects our minimum standards for Suppliers with respect to (i) Human Rights & Employment Practices, (ii) Health, Safety, Environment & Quality, and (iii) Business Conduct & Ethics.

Supplier Code of Conduct