Code of Ethics

The member associations of IGTA support the following general principles:

  • Members shall exemplify the skills of the profession and act at all times with integrity, care and diligence
  • Members shall seek to maintain and improve their professional knowledge, skills and competence
  • Members shall observe legislation and regulation that governs their respective activities, as well as the spirit of the law and contemporary market practice
  • Members shall consider the effect of their actions on all relevant stakeholders and declare to those parties any conflict of interest
  • Members shall exercise a duty of care such that their activities are capable of close public scrutiny.

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