The Integrity Policy is made up of the following documents, which aimed to prevent corruption and establish better corporate practices:

  • Roles and Responsibilities Manual
  • Code of Ethics
  • Control, Surveillance and Audit Systems
  • Report System
  • Training Systems
  • Human Resources Policy
  • Transparency and Communication Mechanisms
  • Internal Labor Rules
  • Anti-corruption Policy
    • Anti-corruption Policy for Business Partners and Third Party Intermediaries

1. Roles and Responsibilities Manual

Clearly establishes the roles of each of MTP’s departments and position, specifies chains of command and leadership and includes an organization chart.

2. Code of Ethics

Establishes corporate values, vision, mission and work culture at MTP. Includes compliance of ethical practices such as conflict of interests reporting, free competition, ethical relationships between the company, business partners and authorities, as well as the principles that rule Human Resources activities, our relationship with the environment and personal data protection.

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3. Control, Surveillance and Audit Systems

Documents budget control practices, as well as financial and accounting audits. Also establishes the audit process that Business Partners (third parties with whom MTP make temporary unions: joint ventures, or share shareholding, mergers, etc. that interact with the government on our behalf) and Third Party Intermediary (providers, suppliers or consultants who have contact with the government on our behalf) have to complete before entering into a commercial relation with MTP.

4. Report System

Establishes the channel for reporting any violation of the Anti-Corruption Policy and any other conduct or action that goes against the Integrity Policy. Creates the Reports Committee, integrated by the Compliance Director, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Executive Officer, who will attend and resolve every report under strict confidentiality.

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  1. Training Systems

Establishes the different types of training, both mandatory and optional and designates the responsible Director for the authorization, schedule, facilitation and evaluation of such trainings.

  1. Human Resources Policy

Establishes the ethical standards and principles that are followed in the process of employment, such as equal opportunities, non-discrimination, transparency and personal data protection. Outlines set of rules in order to prevent hiring a person who could put the integrity of the company at risk.

  1. Transparency and Communication Mechanisms

Lists the documents that are part of the Integrity Policy and appoints those responsible for the development, update, communication and monitoring of each document.

  1. Internal Labor Rules

Describes the rules to which all MTP employees are subject to, such as work schedule, paid time off and others, as well as employer’s obligations such as setting salary payment place and date, assuring regulations to prevent health, safety and occupational hazards, among others. Contains the disciplinary actions in case rules are violated.

  1. Anti-corruption Policy

Establishes guidelines and actions to detect, prevent and sanction acts of corruption prohibited by the FCPA and the Mexican Anticorruption System within MTP, as well as in their activities carried out and relationships with clients, suppliers, competitors, Government and society. All MTP Business Partners and Third Party Intermediaries must comply with this Policy.

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10. Anti-corruption Policy for Business Partners and Third Party Intermediaries

Establishes the approvement process of Business Partners and Third Party Intermediaries of MTP, consisting of an audit carried out by the Legal Department, and in some cases, an external party with expertise in background checking; the inclusion of an anti-corruption clause in the agreement that governs the commercial relationship between MTP and the Business Partner or Third Party Intermediary; as well as a signed statement by the Business Partner or Third Party Intermediary in which it commits to comply with MTP’s Anti-corruption Policy.

MTP is engaged with the sustainable aspect of its operations, aiming for an overall positive impact. To achieve this, this policy establishes criteria and standards that must prevail in all relationships sustained with our groups of interest, as well the action areas in which MTP fosters various initiatives in favor of the country and society development.

Social Responsabilty Policies

Aceptación de las Condiciones
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Acceso
Usted puede, de acuerdo a estos términos de uso, acceso, descargar o imprimir contenidos en este sitio web para su uso personal en la planificación o la gestión de sus proyectos específicos o para otros fines como los ofrecidos de vez en cuando en este sitio web.

Disponibilidad
MTP hace todo lo posible para que este este sitio web siempre esté disponible. Sin embargo, MTP no garantiza que este sitio web estará disponible en algún momento específico, ni que el uso de este sitio web no estará sujeto a interrupción.

Conducta
Usted está de acuerdo a no restringir o inhibir que otros usuarios puedan usar este sitio web por cualquier medio, incluso por sobrecargar, dañar o deshabilitar cualquier servidor de MTP en el que reside el sitio web. Usted acepta que no intentará enviar o transmitir cualquier material ilegal, fraudulenta, amenazante, abusivo, difamatorio, obsceno o de otra manera inapropiada, publicar o transmitir cualquier información o software que contenga un virus u otro componente malignos o postear, dañar o perjudicar o transmitir material en violación de los derechos de propiedad intelectual o de propiedad de MTP o por terceros.

Usted se compromete a no utilizar el sitio web o cualquier material incluido o extraída de esta página web, en cualquier forma que sea ilegal, o para obtener listas de inventario u otra información propiedad de MTP. Usted acuerda que no accederá ni intentará acceder espacios protegidos por contraseña, áreas seguras o no públicas del sitio web y comprende que usted puede estar sujeto a enjuiciamiento si se intenta acceder a zonas prohibidas de este sitio web. Conforme a lo solicitado por el MTP se compromete a proporcionar información de usuario verdadera y completa y abstenerse de suplantar o falsear su afiliación con cualquier persona o entidad.

Usted acepta que no volverá a publicar, retransmitir de otra forma incorporar materiales de este sitio web en cualquier documento en cualquier medio de publicación o proporcionar cualquier material a un tercero.

Cambio de Notificación
MTP puede modificar, cambiar, actualizar o cambiar los términos de uso en todo o en parte en cualquier momento. La versión más actualizada de los términos de uso es siempre la versión publicada en este sitio web.

Limitación de la responsabilidad: EL USO DE ESTE SITIO WEB ESTA BAJO SU PROPIO RIESGO. MTP NO SE HACE RESPONSABLE POR CUALQUIER PERDIDA, DAÑO O CONSECUENCIAS A USTED O A CUALQUIER TERCERO EN RELACIÓN DIRECTA O INDIRECTAMENTE CON EL USO DE ESTE SITIO WEB, PARA EL USO DE LOS MATERIALES DISPONIBLES EN ESTE SITIO WEB O CUALQUIER ACCIÓN U OMISIÓN QUE TOMA LA PERSONA COMO RESULTADO DE CUALQUIER VISITA QUE PUEDA HACER A ESTE SITIO WEB. EN NINGÚN CASO MTP SERA RESPONSABLES POR DAÑOS EMERGENTES, ESPECIALES O INDIRECTOS DERIVADOS DE SU USO DE ESTE SITIO WEB, LOS MATERIALES PUESTOS A SU DISPOSICIÓN POR ESTE SITIO WEB, O PÉRDIDA DE BENEFICIOS O AHORROS.
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FULL PRIVACY NOTICE

Mexico Tower Partners, S.A.P.I. de C.V. (hereafter referred as “MTP”), with address at Boulevard Manuel Ávila Camacho #40, Torre Esmeralda I, 15th floor, Colonia Lomas de Chapultepec, Delegación Miguel Hidalgo, C.P. 11000 in Mexico City, in order to comply with the Federal Law for Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Individuals (Ley Federal de Protección de Datos Personales en Posesión de los Particulares) (hereafter referred as the “Regulation”) in its character or Responsible of the processing and protection of personal data and for purposes of avoiding any damage, loss, destruction, alteration and unauthorized processing of such data, hereby informs to the people whose personal data is collected, the following:

Based in the legality, quality, consent, information, purpose, loyalty, proportionality and responsibility principles established by the Regulation, MTP collects from you and safeguards, the necessary personal data in order to provide services or give you the attention required (purposes):

  • Selection process for the possible execution of an agreement for property usage, to enable the construction and/or administration of a telecommunication sites.
  • Recruitment process for employment opportunities at MTP.
  • Processing and following up of requirements made through the web page of MTP.
  • Processing and following up of complaints made through the Complaint Mailbox on the page of MTP.
  • Provide you with a better service and user experience when browsing the MTP website.
  • Comply with obligations acquired by MTP.

In order to carry out with the aforementioned activities, MTP might collect from you the personal data established hereunder, depending on the specific purpose:

  • For selection process for the possible execution of an agreement for property usage, to enable the construction and/or administration of a telecommunication site, which may include the search for coincidences in the list of blocked persons of the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the United States of America:
    • Identification personal data
    • Contact personal data
    • Financial and property personal data
    • Employment personal data
  • For recruitment for employments opportunities at MTP process, which may include employment background check:
    • Identification personal data
    • Contact personal data
    • Academic and employment data
  • For processing and following up of requirements made through the web page of MTP:
    • Contact personal data
  • For processing and following up of requirements made through the Complaint Mailbox on the page of MTP, only if you decide to share such data:
    • Identification personal data
    • Contact personal data
  • To monitor your behavior as an internet user and provide you with a better service and experience when browsing the MTP website, through web beacons and other technologies:
    • Tracking data such as time of connection and time spent in MTP website, clicked section of the webpage and previous visited websites.

These technologies can be disabled by following the steps below:

  1. Access the MTP website.
  2. Click on the “Reject” button in the cookies’ banner.

MTP does not collect sensible personal data and does not perform any publicity activities with your personal data.

In addition to those transfers permitted by the Regulation, MTP may make the following transfers of your personal data necessary for the maintenance of the legal relationship established with you:

  • If you have entered into a contract with MTP whose purpose is the use of your property, MTP may transfer your identification, contact and patrimonial data to controlling, subsidiary, affiliated or parent companies for the administration of such contract, as well as to fiduciaries, administrators and companies that qualify certain MTP assets to comply with their obligation to provide information on their assets and operations.
  • If you initiate a selection process for a job vacancy, MTP may transfer your identification, labor and education data to companies specialized in background check for employment purposes.

You can exercise your ARCO Rights: Access in order to know specifically the personal data we process; Rectification to correct your information; Cancelation of your personal data, in case you consider that it is not being used adequately or; Opposition of the processing of your personal data for specific activities, following the procedure informed hereunder:

  1. Fill in the ARCO Rights Exercise Request, (hereafter referred as the “Application”), sign, scan and send it, along with a copy of you valid ID to datospersonales@mtpsites.com
  2. If the information of the Application is insufficient or incorrect, or the copy of the ID is not attached, is not visible or is not valid, MTP will request such information within 5 business days of the date the Application was received.
  3. Once the Application is received, MTP will respond to the e-mail from which the Application was sent, within no more than 20 business days.
  4. In case the request is admitted, the outcome will be effective within no more than 15 business days of the following day the response to such request was communicated.
ARCO rights exercise request

The information of the department that will process your ARCO Rights Exercise Request is the following:

Address: Boulevard Manuel Ávila Camacho #40, Torre Esmeralda I, Piso 15, Colonia Lomas de Chapultepec, Delegación Miguel Hidalgo in Mexico City, Postal Code 11000.

Telephone: 85260596

E-mail: datospersonales@mtpsites.com

You can withdraw your consent regarding your personal data processing at any time by sending an e-mail to: datospersonales@mtpsites.com with the subject “Withdrawal of consent for personal data processing”, from which you will get a response within no more than 20 business days. Such response will contain the admission of the request and the confirmation that MTP has executed all acts seeking to stop processing your personal data, or, if it is the case, the dismissal of such request. It is important to consider that in the majority of cases, the personal data processing is necessary or constitutes the origin of the relationship you have with MTP, so the withdrawal of your consent would imply the termination of the contractual or commercial relationship you currently sustain with MTP.

Furthermore, we remind you that you have 5 business days after MTP provided the Simplified Privacy Notice to manifest your refusal regarding the processing of your personal data according to this MTP Full Privacy Notice to datospersonales@mtpsites.com

MTP reserves its right to modify or update, without prior notice or responsibility, this Full Privacy Notice at any time, complying with new legal requirements or changes to the services or policies of MTP. We will keep you informed of such changes through our web page www.mtpsites.com indicating the date of the last update.

Update: January 10th 2020.