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Conflicts of interest negatively impact both you and ISC. Whether or not an actual or potential conflict of interest exists depends upon the facts of each case. If you become aware that a conflict of interest might exist, seek clarification and guidance before proceeding or, if the activity has commenced, immediately cease the activity and disclose it in writing to the Vice President, Corporate Affairs and General Counsel as soon as possible. The examples cited in this Code are not an exhaustive list of all potential conflicts of interest. Use your discretion and be sure to feel comfortable in every situation you encounter. Remember that when in doubt as to whether or not you are in a conflict of interest situation, disclosure is the best policy. If you have any questions about conflicts of interest, please contact the Vice President, Corporate Affairs and General Counsel. Outside activities, employment and business involvement You may take outside employment, directorships or volunteer positions or engage in outside business or other activities unless such activities: c reate a real, potential or perceived conflict with ISC’s interests; interfere with the performance of your duties or which adversely affects your performance at work; intrude on the time, attention and energies normally applied to ISC; or are forbidden by law or involve any unethical or immoral conduct. You may not receive a financial benefit from an individual or organization doing business with ISC when you are in a position to influence ISC’s decisions pertaining to that individual or organization. Do not provide preferential treatment on any ISC business matter or transaction to family members, friends or any organizations with which you may be perceived to have a connection. Ensure that you disclose any circumstances that may be an actual, potential or perceived conflict. Unless otherwise authorized, Employees must not: either directly, or indirectly, through immediate families, have a financial or other interest in any concern doing business with ISC or otherwise derive any benefit from a business transaction (other than employment or use of the registry services as a customer) with ISC; contract with or render services to ISC outside of or in addition to regular employment; participate in any outside activity which competes directly or indirectly with ISC; act in the capacity of a director, officer, partner, consultant, employee or agent for any supplier, contractor, subcontractor, customer or competitor of ISC; enter into business relationships on behalf of ISC with relatives, close friends or any company controlled by such persons;
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ISC Code of Conduct Policy Page 11 convey to others or use for your benefit, non-public information acquired during your employment; sell to or buy anything from ISC; and appropriate to yourself or others any business opportunity in which ISC would be interested.
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  • Fall '19
  • vice president, isc, Conflict of interest

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