Code of Conduct
Ethics, Conduct and the IAM
Don't look the other way
The IAM and its associated companies, Chapters and partners demand the highest ethical standards, integrity and behaviour from all employees, contractors, suppliers and partners. We also explicitly require every Member to follow the Code of Conduct below.
If there is any reason to suspect that someone has broken the law, contravened high standards of public decency, harassed a member, employee or anyone else, or failed to uphold honest business dealings or in any other way behaved in a way that would raise concerns with any Members of the IAM you are required to report this. Confidentiality will be maintained to the fullest extent possible and the IAM CEO and management will handle it as sensitively as possible. Anonymity will also be maintained if required but this may make it extremely difficult to investigate fully.
For the avoidance of doubt, it is a breach of the Code of Conduct for a Member to fail to report a violation or suspected violation that employees know about or to refuse to cooperate with the investigation of a suspected violation.
If you are wondering how to handle a particular concern, you may speak to the CEO in confidence for advice on the next steps. If your concern involves the CEO, you should contact the President (please contact the office and ask to speak to the HR Advisor first).
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Institute of Asset Management Code of Conduct
(as at September 2009)
The Code of Conduct applies as a condition of membership, to both Individual and Corporate members.