Therefore, it is important that NI complies with and conducts its business in accordance with applicable anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws. NI abides by the laws countering bribery and corruption in all of the jurisdictions in which the Institute operates or conducts its business. This includes, and is not confined to, those countries where the Institute has offices. It is important to remember that even if the country in which an action takes place does not have anti-bribery laws which catch the relevant action, it is possible that the laws of another country may still apply.
Nickel Institute is committed to conducting business transparently, honestly and with integrity.
The Board of Directors has adopted an Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy which promotes compliance with anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws. Broadly speaking the Policy applies to NI directors, officers, employees, third party contractors and employees or representatives of member companies associated with or acting on behalf of NI.
The Executive Committee has appointed a Compliance Officer. Any questions or concerns about this Policy or its application including compliance or possible contraventions should be directed to the Compliance Officer as follows: