Corporate Governance

UK Tax Strategy 2023
This tax strategy complies with The Nokia Group’s duty under section 16(2) of Schedule 19 “Large Businesses: Tax Strategies and Sanctions” of the Finance Act 2016 to publish the UK sub-group’s tax strategy (as applicable to a UK sub-group of a foreign group pursuant to sections 19 and 20 of Schedule 19 “Large Businesses: Tax Strategies and Sanctions” of the Finance Act 2016). This tax strategy applies to all UK companies of the Nokia Group (“UK Nokia Group”) and is approved by the directors of the UK legal entities listed in the Appendix. The UK Nokia Group’s approach
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Modern Slavery Statement 2022
Slavery, servitude, forced labor, and human trafficking remain global concerns, and no industry or company can be considered immune to the different forms of modern slavery. Nokia does not tolerate, in any form or context, the use of servitude, forced or bonded labor, human trafficking, or slavery, in its operations in any region in which we operate, or in any part of our global supply chain.
Nokia TL 9000 Certificate (November 2022)
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Alain Biston

Alain Biston

President & CEO

Alain has been working for more than 25 years in telecoms, with Nortel, then Alcatel-Lucent / Nokia, holding management and leadership positions in R&D, Product Line, Industrial Operations, Sales & Marketing, Business Unit P&L accountability.

He brings to ASN his thorough knowledge of the telecoms industry, his extensive international management background with several postings overseas, and his field-proven customer-facing acumen.

Since 2016, as a Nokia executive, Alain has been Senior VP Customer Operations End2End and until now Senior Vice President in charge of Mobile Network business management.

Alain holds a degree in Information Technology from INSA, Rennes, France. He was also honored with the National Order of Merit in 2006 from the French Minister of Industry.