Albemarle Code of Conduct - Page 69



ENGAGING WITH
GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
Government and regulatory decision-making directly affect our legal and social license to operate in every country in which
Albemarle conducts business. We will proactively engage with governments on issues of concern to Albemarle, its businesses
or its stakeholders (employees, investors, communities) to inform their decisions.
We are courteous, truthful, cooperative and constructive when engaging with government officials.

We apply or compete for government permits, licenses and business with humility, integrity, transparency and free of any conflict
of interest.

We prohibit all forms of bribery of government officials or activity which could give the impression of bribery, whether by our
employees, contractors or third parties acting on our behalf. This includes the making of facilitation payments.

We do not offer or provide anything of value directly or indirectly with the intent to improperly influence any government official
in order to gain business or an improper advantage.

We ensure that information we provide to government
officials is accurate, timely and in accordance with
applicable laws.

We cooperate with any government request or
investigation and answer questions honestly.

We do not obstruct legitimate government
investigations by intentionally withholding,
concealing or destroying relevant documents.

We do not retaliate or discriminate against anyone
who reports wrongdoing or lawfully cooperates with
a government inquiry or investigation.
REPR ESENTI NG ALB EMAR LE

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