The main risks that Saipem is facing and actively monitoring and managing are the following:
(i) the market risk deriving from exposure to fluctuations in interest rates and exchange rates between the euro and the other currencies used by the company and, to a lesser extent, the risk deriving from exposure to commodity price volatility;
(ii) the credit risk deriving from the possible default of a counterparty;
(iii) the liquidity risk deriving from the risk that suitable sources of funding for the Group's operations may not be available;
(iv) the HSE risk associated with the potential occurrence of accidents, malfunctions, or failures
with injury to persons and damage to the environment and impacts on operating and financial results;
(v) country risk.
(vi) the project risk associated with the executions phase of engineering and construction contracts undertaken by the Onshore Construction, Offshore Construction and Asset Business Units.
Financial risks are managed in accordance with guidelines defined by the parent company, targeting to align and coordinate Group companies policies on financial risks.