Policy and procedure—whistleblowing (short form)

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  • Policy and procedure—whistleblowing (short form)

Policy and procedure—whistleblowing (short form)

UPDATE: This Precedent does not take into account special requirements that apply to relevant firms (UK deposit-takers with assets of £250m or greater, PRA-designated investment firms, insurance and reinsurance firms within the scope of Solvency II, the Society of Lloyd’s and managing agents) as a result of the new rules set out by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) in PS24/15 PRA: 'Whistleblowing in deposit-takers, PRA-designated investment firms and insurers' and 'PS15/24 FCA: 'Whistleblowing in deposit-takers, PRA-designated investment firms and insurers'. For further information on the special requirements, see Practice Note: FCA and PRA whistleblowing requirements—one minute guide.
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      Purpose and scope

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        All organisations face the risk of things going wrong or of unknowingly harbouring malpractice. We take malpractice very seriously and are committed to conducting our business with honesty and integrity and we expect all staff to maintain high standards too. We encourage open communication from all those who work for us and we want everyone to feel secure about raising concerns.[ We will provide regular training to all staff in relation to whistleblowing law and this policy.]

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        All staff have protection under whistleblowing laws if they raise concerns in the correct way. This policy is designed to give staff that opportunity and protection. It does not matter if an individual

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