Code-of-Conduct-Policy.pdf

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After you have made a report of unethical conduct or violation of the Code, Clearview will relay your report to the VP Corporate Affairs and the VP Finance & Technology. Note: Reports of unethical conduct or violations of the Code involving the President and CEO, members of the Executive or the ISC Board will be relayed by the VP Corporate Affairs and/or the VP Finance & Technology to the persons identified in the reporting structure below for investigation and handling. If you are making a report that involves either the VP Finance & Technology or the VP Corporate Affairs, you may select the “sensitive report” option when making a report to Clearview and your submission will be redirected to the President and CEO and the Assistant General Counsel for handling and investigation according to the procedures listed below. Make a report that involves the President and CEO, Members of the Executive or Members of the ISC Board of Directors. A report of actual or potential unethical conduct or violation of the Code by the President and CEO, a member of ISC’s Executive or member of ISC’s Board of Director’s should be reported and handled as follows: Unethical conduct or violation of the Code by an Executive member is to be reported to the President and CEO who will lead the investigation. Upon completion of the investigation the President and CEO will provide a report of the findings to the Governance and Nominating Committee for appropriate action. The President and CEO will also provide an annual update to the Governance and Nominating Committee on the number and nature of any reports made or investigations conducted as well as any actions taken involving members of the Executive. If a report is made on anything that could have a significant or material impact on ISC, the President and CEO will promptly advise the Governance and Nominating Committee. Unethical conduct or violation of the Code by the President and CEO is to be reported to the Chair of the Governance and Nominating Committee who will lead the investigation. Upon completion of the investigation the Chair will report the findings to the Governance and Nominating Committee. The Chair will also promptly advise the Board of any report that could have a significant or material impact on ISC involving the President and CEO. Unethical conduct or violation of the Code by a member of the Board, including the Chair, is to be reported to the Chair of the Governance and Nominating Committee who will lead the investigation. Upon completion of the investigation the Chair will report the findings to the Governance and Nominating Committee. Unethical conduct or violation of the Code by the Chair of the Governance and Nominating Committee of the Board of Directors is to be reported to the Chair of the Board of Directors who will lead the investigation. Upon completion of the investigation the Chair will report the findings to the Governance and Nominating Committee.
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ISC Code of Conduct Policy Page 14 Protection from Retaliation
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  • Fall '19
  • vice president, isc, Conflict of interest

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