Royal Bank Of Canada – Client Privacy Employee Privacy Protection of Proprietary Information And (December 4th, 2009)
The very essence of the financial services industry demands that we consistently maintain the highest possible standards of honest and ethical behaviour. In keeping with this objective, RBC has eight Guiding Principles that express these high standards and they form the foundation for Our Code of Conduct.
Royal Bank Of Canada – P R I N C I P L E 1: Upholding the Law Laws, Rules and Regulations Inside Information Copyright Workplace Safety P R I N C I P L E 2: Confidentiality Client Privacy Employee Privacy Protection of Proprietary Information Information Shared With Third Parties Solicitation P R I N C I P L E 3: Fairness Equal Opportunity Free Competition P R I N C I P L E 4: Corporate Responsibility Political Contributions Social Responsibility Environmental Responsibility (November 30th, 2006)
P R I N C I P L E 5: Honouring our Trust in You Misappropriation Information Technology Use/Information Security Employee as a Client Reporting of Irregularities and Dishonesty Compliance with Instructions P R I N C I P L E 6: Objectivity Payments, Gifts, Entertainment Conflicts of Interest Directorships P R I N C I P L E 7: Integrity Telling the Truth Integrity of Records Employee Character P R I N C I P L E 8: Individual Responsibility Harassment Appendix Key Contacts