An Attorney shall not knowingly use perjured testimony of false evidence or participate in the creation or use of evidence which he knows to be false.
Copies of the Code will be provided to each staff member and on our web site. Only economy airfare will be paid, unless otherwise decided by the Board in accordance with guidelines of TM.
We will respect the privacy and private lives of our colleagues when dealing with personal information.
An Attorney shall never knowingly mislead a Court, a domestic tribunal or Committee, a Court Officer, a client or a law practitioner. Such standards or general principles will include: An Attorney shall on taking the oath of office, endeavour to maintain the tradition, high integrity, honour and dignity of the profession and encourage other Attorneys to act similarly, in the practice of his profession and his private life, refrain from conduct which is detrimental to the profession or may tend to discredit it.
An Attorney shall not for the purpose of making any person unavailable as a witness, advise or cause that person to secrete himself or leave the jurisdiction of the Court. An Attorney shall not acquire, directly or indirectly, by purchase or otherwise, a financial or other interest in the subject matter of a case which he is conducting, but this will be without prejudice to the right of an Attorney to agree with his client on the payment of a reasonable commission by way of remuneration for his services.
We will ensure that TM resources will be used effectively. An Attorney shall not, in carrying out his practice or otherwise, permit any act or thing which is likely or intended to attract business unfairly or can reasonably be regarded as touting or advertising.
An Attorney shall not accept a retainer or assignment in a matter upon the merits of which he previously acted in a judicial capacity or for which he had substantial responsibility while he was in public employment.
An Attorney shall keep such accounts as clearly and accurately distinguish the financial position between himself and his client as and when required.
The review will be conducted by the Board.
We will respect the privacy and private lives of our colleagues when dealing with personal information. An Attorney who withdraws from a retainer or assignment shall not do so until he has taken reasonable steps to avoid foreseeable prejudice or injury to the position and rights of his client including: An Attorney shall not retain money he received for his client for longer than is absolutely necessary.
Our guiding principles As members of TM, we are committed to respecting the following principles. As coalition builders, we undertake to work co-operatively with all individuals and groups, with for profit and not for profit corporations and organisations, and with governments and international bodies committed to the fight against corruption, subject only to the policies and priorities set by our governing bodies.
However, the Board may decide to forward such honorarium, partly or entirely, to the respective staff member. An Attorney shall not solicit business or consent to become involved in a matter except at the request of a party.
However the following information relates to specific issues arising under this Code. Periodic meetings will provide a forum of discussion and review of the impact of the code.
To this end, TM will accept resources only from donors who share our anti-corruption objectives. We will be as open as possible about all decisions and actions we take, taking into account the above-mentioned needs for confidentiality.
We will not hire or contract with members of our immediate family, that is a spouse, parent, child, or sibling, or with the immediate family of members of the Board or Advisory Council, without specific authorisation by the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
An Attorney shall not make false accusation against a Judge, a Magistrate, a Court Officer or a law practitioner. An Attorney acting in breach of the Code may be sanctioned by the Council or by the Supreme Court as the case may be.
Each individual is responsible to the public as a representative of FRC, and to represent the public interest with integrity.
An Attorney shall keep such accounts as clearly and accurately distinguish the financial position between himself and his client as and when required. Those working with TM as volunteers or as paid consultants are expected to observe the spirit of this Code insofar as it is relevant to their activities.This Code of Conduct for Transparency Mauritius (TM) is based on the Umbrella Statement of Transparency International (TI) Vision, Values, and Guiding Principles that was agreed upon by the TI Annual Meeting in Prague, in » IESBA Code of Ethics | Mauritius Institute of Professional Accountants.
The International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) is an independent standard-setting body that develops an internationally appropriate Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants (the Code).
The objective of the IESBA, as outlined in its Terms of Reference, is to serve the public interest by setting high. Code of Ethics while Part B contains the MBA Code of Banking Practice. line with the Code of Corporate Governance for Mauritius and the Bank of Mauritius Guidelines relating to the subject matter, given the increasing importance of the matter in the sphere of banking and finance.
[made by the Council of The Mauritius Law Society under section 17 (1) of The Mauritius Law Society Act] 1. This Code applies to all subsidiaries of the MCB Group Limited, irrespective of the business cluster.
Moreover, the Code must be read together with the other policies prevailing within the Group and any business-specific policies in the applicable area. Our Code of Ethics provides us with more detail about how our values apply in the workplace, including guidance on their application in specific situations.
It is designed to: Facilitate greater empowerment and faster decision-making at all levels of our business; and.Download