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Suspected white collar crime

The DB Group aims to act in an ethical manner in all business transactions and in compliance with statutory provisions.

However, it is possible for situations to occur in which information about suspected white collar crime needs to be reported. The goal of DB Group’s whistleblowing management is to protect the company from damage resulting from corruption, restrictive practices and fraud.

DB Group therefore offers various channels for employees, business partners and customers to submit reports about suspected infringements. These are presented below.
Reports are treated with strict confidentiality as well as anonymously on request.

Please use one of the following options to get in touch:

You have the option of calling whistleblowing management telephone number:

Phone: +49 (0) 30 297 62710

You can contact whistleblowing management by mail or e-mail:

Compliance Whistleblowing Management
DB Group

2 Potsdamer Platz

The "BKMS" tool (Business Keeper Monitoring System) offers anonymous, web-based access for reporting tip-offs. It is available in seven languages (German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish and Russian).



Our Attorneys of Trust are available for non-committal preliminary talks on all questions that arise when there are grounds to suspected infringements.

Our lawyers are bound by professional discretion in their function. They are not allowed to forward any personal information without the explicit consent of the person who has contacted them.

Dr. Alexandra Schmitz

Dr. Alexandra Schmitz


48 Marienstraße

+49 711 185780 0

Fax: +49 711 185780 50

Dr. Margarete Gräfin von Galen

Dr. Margarete Gräfin von Galen

Galen Lawyers

Mommsenstraße 45
10629 Berlin

+49 30 31 018 21 6

Fax: +49 30 31 018 22 0

Dr. Barbara Livonius

Lawyer Livonius Law Firm

Liebigstr. 7
60323 Frankfurt am Main

+49 69 247 0490

Fax: +49 69 247 04949