The GK Software Whistle blower System

For GK Software, compliance with all statutory laws, rules and internal company policies is a top priority wherever we operate.

Therefore, every effort is made to recognize any potential misconduct as early as possible, rectify it swiftly, and, if necessary, seek consequences.

Reporting of possible serious misconduct by employees, customers, business partners or other third parties is possible through the existing whistle blower system.

The goal of the whistle blower system is to notify the company of serious violations against statutory laws as well as internal company policies. Our primary definition of infringements includes the serious impact on the reputation or financial interests of the GK Software SE, one of its subsidiary companies or holdings.

Where do I send my report?

To make an confidential report of possible misconduct, the following options are available:

  • Via e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Via phone: +49 37464 84-2586
  • Via mail to: Hinweisgeber-Office, Friedrichstr. 204, 10117 Berlin
  • In person: Hinweisgeber-Office, Friedrichstr. 204, 10117 Berlin (schedule a meeting ahead via phone: +49 37464 84-2586)

To process claims of possible misconduct swiftly and appropriately, please include as much information as possible. To orient yourself, use, for example, the five standard questions: Who, What, When, Where, How. Reports of possible misconduct can be made in German and English.

Availability for follow up questions may be useful. This too, can be done anonymously.

Protection of Anonymity

All reports of possible misconduct are kept confidential, and it is possible to report information anonymously. Please consider these tips:

  • If you send an e-mail, keep in mind that indirect and direct personal data can be transferred. For example, the IP address, which could allow information about your identity. This is also valid for extra installed e-mail accounts.
  • In a phone call, indirect personal and traceable information, like the number, might be transferred, which allows conclusions about your identity.