Conflict of Interest Policy
Last updated: 17 November 2023
This policy aims to maintain the highest level of integrity and independence in all decisions related to the appointment of staff members and trustees at the Coulsdon Community Partnership (the "Site", "we", "us", or "our"). It applies to all employees, volunteers, and trustees. For purposes of this Conflict of Interest Policy, "Conflict of Interest" mean a situation where an individual's personal interests could unduly influence their professional decisions, and "Existing Business Relationships" means prior or current professional or commercial engagements between an individual and the organisation or its stakeholders.
Please read this Conflict of Interest Policy carefully.
Changes to This Conflict of Interest Policy
We may update this Conflict of Interest Policy from time to time, including to reflect changes to our practices or for other operational, legal, or regulatory reasons. We will post the revised Conflict of Interest Policy on the Site, update the "Last updated" date and take any other steps required by applicable law.
Disclosure of Conflicts
All individuals involved in the appointment process must disclose any existing business relationships or other potential conflicts of interest at the earliest opportunity.
Management of Disclosed Conflicts
- A committee will assess disclosed conflicts to determine their impact on the individual's impartiality.
- Decisions affected by a disclosed conflict will be subject to review and approval by an independent panel.
Compliance and Monitoring
- Regular training on this policy will be provided.
- Compliance will be monitored through periodic audits and reviews.