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Note from Mike What Nedbank and its board of directors officers and employees strive to. Africa s most admired bank be and what we expect of everyone with whom we do business in order to. create and maintain a sustainable business, Dear Nedbank Colleagues. Nedbank is committed to the highest ethical standards in conducting its business. These ethical standards reflect our belief that business should be conducted with integrity Personally I. believe this commitment is at the core of our values that make Nedbank a great place to work a great. place to bank and a great place to invest, The Code of Ethics and Conduct is our solemn promise that these ethical standards will underpin every. feature of our endeavours both corporate and individual It sets out the standards of conduct that our. colleagues and stakeholders e g clients suppliers national and international authorities communities. and investors can expect from us and we can expect from them. This code together with any business specific policies in your area provides a guide to help you. understand and live the Nedbank Values to make decisions that are good right and fair It also obligates. any director manager or employee who witnesses any conduct that compromises or will compromise. the Nedbank Values to speak out, I urge every employee of Nedbank to read and clearly understand the behaviour expected from him. her and the standards to which he she will be held Every employee supplier and agent of Nedbank. has a personal responsibility to comply with the provisions detailed in this code and to maintain the. highest ethical standards to ensure that the group s business practices are conducted in a manner that. in all circumstances is beyond reproach This will ensure our future. I personally commit to the standards outlined in this code and know that each member of the Group. EXCO team is as committed as I am I ask each of you to do likewise in line with Nedbank s positioning. Nedbank as a vision led and values driven organisation. is committed to the Mike Brown, highest ethical standards Chief Executive Officer. in conducting its, Code of ethics 1 There is no right way to do the wrong thing.
The Code of Ethics is a principle based code applicable to all Nedbank employees and the guidelines rules processes and relevant examples attached to this code can be found in the Code. of Conduct Employees include any directors permanent staff fixed term contractors on our payroll seconded staff temporary workers and consultants not on the payroll but engaged for a. period of at least one month working for the Group or any of its subsidiaries. General principles of the Code of Ethics, A fiduciary relationship comes into existence from the moment that an employee or a director commences. work with Nedbank In return for compensation and benefits the employee must ensure that his services. are rendered in good faith and must in no way detract from the relationship of trust Nedbank expects all. staff to uphold ethical standards which includes an obligation not to work against Nedbank s interests. Our reputation is our most valuable asset in business we must at all times do the right thing in spite of. the consequences, Our Values, Requiring each of us to be honest trustworthy truthful consistent and open in our conduct and decision. Requiring each of us to recognise the inherent worth of every human being and to treat all people accordingly. Accountability, Requiring each of us to be prepared to make commitments be judged against our commitments deliver. on those commitments and be responsible for our actions. Pushing beyond boundaries, Requiring each of us to recognise our obligation to the entire organisation to push beyond the limits. of what is best for us individually or as a group or unit and strive to break new ground fuelled by our. passion and commitment, Being people centred, Investing in our people and creating an empowering environment through development support.
mentoring coaching and valuing diversity recognition and reward. Document Control, This table shows the changes that have been made to this policy document. Date Reference Description, 07 May 2012 Group Exco Approved. 06 July 2012 Directors Affairs Committee DAC Approved. Code of ethics 2 There is no right way to do the wrong thing. The United Nations Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to. aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human. rights labour the environment and anti corruption, In Nedbank we pride ourselves that we are leaders in all four these areas and our strategy reflects this. view We also submit an annual Communication of Progress to the UNGC to prove our commitment to. the ten principles, In Nedbank we are passionate about good governance and we adhere to. internationally accepted standards We also believe that the tone starts at Why are we participating. the top and therefore the following points as per King III are incorporated Adopting an established and globally recognized policy framework for the development. into the Nedbank Group Board Ethics Statement Ethical leadership and implementation and disclosure of environmental social and governance policies and practices. corporate citizenship Sharing best and emerging practices to advance practical solutions and strategies to common. challenges, Advancing sustainability solutions in partnership with a range of stakeholders including UN agencies.
KING III governments civil society labour and other non business interests. Principle 1 1 The board should provide effective leadership based on Linking business units and subsidiaries across the value chain with the UN Global Compact s Local. an ethical foundation Networks around the world many of these in developing and emerging markets. The board should Accessing the United Nations extensive knowledge of and experience with sustainability and. Lead Nedbank ethically for sustainability in terms of the economy environment and development issues. society taking into account its impact on internal and external stakeholders Utilising UNGC management tools and resources and the opportunity to engage in specialised work. Ensure that Nedbank is and is seen to be a responsible corporate citizen streams in the environmental social and governance realms. Ensure that Nedbank s ethics are managed effectively through building an ethical. culture setting ethics standards measuring adherence and incorporating ethics into. its risk management operations performance management and disclosure. Ensure that Nedbank complies with laws and considers rules codes and. Ensure integrity of the integrated report, Report on effectiveness of internal controls. Act in the best interests of Nedbank including managing conflicts and dealing. in securities, Code of ethics 3 There is no right way to do the wrong thing. Employee Conduct Pledge, Doing the right things is. 1 Treat others as I want to be treated by, them the golden rule. at the heart of Nedbank s, 2 Always strive to do what is best for my.
bank my country and my planet, Abide by the values policies and. approach to business, procedures of the bank the laws of. my country and the universal human We maintain high ethical standards in carrying out our business activities Earning. principles of all that is good and just establishing and retaining trust and confidence inside and outside our business is vital. 4 Be honest reliable fair and open in so we use the core values in our Code of Conduct our Code to guide and direct all our. everything I say write and do and accept decisions and every action that affects in alphabetical order. responsibility for the consequences, 5 Protect the bank s assets information Communities. and reputation, 6 Value and respect the diversity of beliefs. Competitors, cultures convictions and habits of the Clients Intermediaries and Suppliers.
people of our bank and the countries in Employees, which we operate. 7 Disclose to the bank any real or perceived, Environment. situation where my private interests Government and Regulators. or the interests of a member of my Shareholders and Investors. immediate or extended family or other, person close to me may interfere with All employees including contractors and other temporary. the interests of the bank employees must adhere to the Code. 8 Not give or receive gifts or benefits in, contravention of the policies of the bank We regularly monitor how we are performing. and no gift irrespective of value should and make the necessary improvements WHAT THIS MEANS TO. influence my business decision, We should always be.
9 Seek new better and more innovative able to, leave work at the end of. ways to do my work and do it to the the day, knowing that we ve done. utmost of my abilities the right, things in the right way. Not remain silent in the face of, dishonesty malice disrespect intolerance. We ll keep checking to, or injustice make sure, that we do.
Code of ethics 4 There is no right way to do the wrong thing. How we deal with communities WHAT THIS MEANS TO US. W e take into account the concerns of the wider community including both national and local interests We are fair honest and reasonable whe. n dealing with our, We seek to serve the community by providing our services efficiently and by providing good employment local communities. opportunities and conditions, We support communities in which we operate Charitable donations and educational and cultural contributions We are open accepting and resp. ectful when dealing, will be made in accordance with the policies set and reviewed by our various charitable committees or with the traditions and cultures of the. communities and, foundations countries in which we operate but alwa. ys act in line with, How we deal with competitors WHAT THIS MEANS TO US.
We seek competitive advantages through superior performance and products and never through unethical or. ng with competitors, illegal business practices We are fair honest and ethical when deali. In our contact with competitors we avoid discussing competitive proprietary or confidential information. ers to competitors nor, We will not attempt to acquire information regarding a competitor s business by disreputable means We do not reveal confidential Group matt. such information about, We will not engage in restrictive trade practices or abuse any position of market dominance do we use underhand means to obtain. our competitors, nor abuse our market, We do not co operate with competitors. How we deal with clients position to manipulate markets. suppliers and intermediaries WHAT THIS MEANS TO US. e believe that integrity in our dealings with clients suppliers and intermediaries is a prerequisite for. successful long term business relationships We are fair honest and reasonable whe. n dealing with, We ensure that all advertising and other public communications are accurate Concealment and overstatement clients suppliers and intermediaries.
will be avoided We never deliberately give inadequate or misleading descriptions of products or services. In accepting business or entering into contracts we observe high standards of integrity and act in the best Our approach to business is to establish. and maintain long, interests of the Group at the same time satisfying the relevant parts of our code Business will not be placed term relationships so we must be happ. y to be accountable, or accepted or contracts or arrangements entered into for any improper motives in several years time for everything we. say and do now, In dealing with clients suppliers or intermediaries we may not give or receive or encourage the giving or. receipt of cash gifts or gifts in kind that may impair our judgement Similarly any hospitality or entertainment We treat all the people we come into cont. act with through, given or received in the course of business will be reasonable and not open to interpretation as excessive and work as we would hope to be treated in. our professional and, specifically for business reasons and in compliance with Nedbank policies personal lives.
We maintain the confidentiality of any sensitive information received from clients suppliers and intermediaries. other than where expressly directed by local legislation or a court order. Code of ethics 5 There is no right way to do the wrong thing. How we deal with employees, Our business relationships are based on respect for and the dignity of the individual We manage. and interact with each other in accordance with the Group s core values. Unfair discrimination is not tolerated No decision on recruitment promotion selection for training. or any other aspects of staff management will unfairly discriminate Examples of such discrimination. include but are not limited to gender race disability age marital status sexual orientation or religious. belief This practice is subject to local legal obligations with which we comply. We provide a healthy and safe working environment We have a duty to take every reasonable. precaution to avoid injury to ourselves our colleagues and members of the public. We recognise the efforts of the individual in helping create the success of the Group. We do not engage in any outside business interest or additional employment that could in any way. conflict with the proper performance of our duties as r. The Code of Ethics and Conduct is our solemn promise that these ethical standards will underpin every feature of our endeavours both corporate and individual it sets out the standards of conduct that our colleagues and stakeholders e g clients suppliers national and international authorities communities and investors can expect from us and we can expect from them This code together

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