Conflict of Interest Policy
A Conflict of Interest Policy outlines the obligations of a company's management and its employees to avoid conflicts of interest. Customisable and ready for use in under 10 minutes.Get started
A Conflict of Interest Policy outlines the obligations of a company's management and its employees to avoid conflicts of interest. A conflict of interest refers to when an employee's personal interests intersect with the company’s interests. An example of a conflict of interest is accepting personal incentives to accept specific vendors for your company.
Use this Conflict of Interest Policy If:
You want to create clear definitions, disclosure processes and consequences in dealing with conflicts of interests
You wish to protect against personal conflicts of interests and the effect they can have on an employee's judgment
You wish to minimise conflicts of interests
What does this Conflict of Interest Policy cover?
Purpose of Policy
Scope- Who does the Policy Apply to
Definition of Conflict of Interest
Types of Conflicts
Declaring and reporting conflicts
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