Members of the IFoA are expected both by the profession and the wider community to demonstrate high standards of behaviour. This means acting honestly and with integrity at all times. Behaviour out with a Member’s professional life can also have a bearing on the profession and the principle therefore applies to a Member’s personal life too.
Find out more in our Guidance on the Integrity Principle of the Actuaries’ Code. You can read the Guidance online, download a copy, or view the questions below which will take you to the corresponding part of the Guidance:
What is Integrity?
Applying the principle to your work
Duty of confidentiality
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