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Corporate Governance Framework

Our corporate governance framework sets out the necessary responsibilities and procedures that guarantee we operate properly.

  1. Contents
  2. Appendix 8 – Code of conduct for Commissioners
  3. Business interests and other employment

Business interests and other employment

85. You must not engage in activities which might conflict with the interests of the Commission or which are inconsistent with your position as a Commissioner.

86. You should ensure that your other interests or employment allow sufficient time to deliver your agreed commitment to Commission business. When timing conflicts arise, you should inform the Governance Team as soon as you are aware of this.

87. If, in the course of other activities, you become aware of information which could be material to the Commission’s interests, you should inform the Chair or Chief Executive. This should help to mitigate any potential accusations of impropriety at a later time. You should disclose anything which a reasonable person might think could influence your judgement.

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