Statement of Ethics / Code of Conduct
Navocate's Code of Business Conduct contains the specific corporate policies adopted by the
company's management that relate to the legal and ethical standards of conduct of officers, employees, agents, and subcontractors of the
company in the conduct of its business. It is the policy of the company to comply with applicable law. Some
company policies are based on the requirements of applicable law and others are based on good ethics and business sense.
This Code of Business Conduct is designed to promote:
- Honest and ethical conduct, including the ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationships;
- Full, fair, accurate, timely, and understandable disclosure in professional and public communications made by the
- Compliance with applicable governmental laws, rules, and regulations;
- The prompt internal reporting of violations of the code to an appropriate person or persons identified in the
- Accountability for adherence to the code.
Standards of Conduct
It is the company's policy to observe and comply with all laws applicable to it or the conduct of its business. The Code of Business Conduct applies to officers, employees, agents, and subcontractors of the
company. These policies were developed and are intended to be applied in good faith with reasonable business judgment to enable the
company to achieve its operating and financial goals within the framework of the
It is the personal responsibility of each officer, employee, agent, and subcontractor of the
company to adhere to the standards and restrictions, whether imposed by law or the Code of Business Conduct, applicable to his or her assigned duties and responsibilities and to conduct himself or herself accordingly. Such standards and restrictions require each officer, employee, agent, and subcontractor to avoid any activities which would involve the
company in any practice which is not in compliance with the Code of Business Conduct. Any officer, employee, agent, and subcontractor who does not adhere to such standards and restrictions is acting outside the scope of his or her employment, responsibilities, or agency.
Accounting Controls, Procedures & Records
Applicable laws and company policy require the company to keep books and records that accurately and fairly reflect its transactions and the dispositions of its assets.
Company policy prohibits commercial bribes, kickbacks, and other similar payoffs and benefits paid to any suppliers or customers. Sharing of commissions is acceptable based on Industry standards guided by Applicable Real Estate license laws.
Use & Disclosure of Inside Information
Company policy prohibits disclosure of material inside information to anyone other than persons within the
company whose positions require them to know such information
Confidential or Proprietary Information
Company policy prohibits employees from disclosing confidential or proprietary information outside the
company, either during or after employment, without company authorization to do so.
Conflicts of Interest
Company policy prohibits conflicts between the interests of its employees, agents, subcontractors, and the
Fraud & Similar Irregularities
Company policy prohibits fraud and establishes procedures to be followed concerning the recognition, reportings and investigation of suspected fraud.
IT IS THE POLICY OF THE company NOT TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, CUSTOMERS, OR SUPPLIERS ON ACCOUNT OF RACE, COLOR, AGE, SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, RELIGION, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN.
Administration of Code of Business Conduct
The Code of Business Conduct of the company shall be administered as follows:
Communication of Policies.
To ensure the continued dissemination and communication of the Code of Business Conduct, the President of the
company shall take, or cause to be taken, reasonable steps to communicate effectively the standards and procedures included in the Code of Business Conduct to all officers, employees, agents, and subcontractors of the
Investigation of Violations.
If the company receives information regarding an alleged violation of the Code of Business Conduct, the President shall investigate alleged violations of the Code of Business Conduct by:
- Evaluating the alleged violation;
- Initiating an informal inquiry or a formal investigation;
- Preparing a report of the results of such inquiry or investigation, including recommendations;
- Recommending changes in the Code of Business Conduct necessary or desirable to prevent further similar violations
The company may also disclose the results of investigations to law enforcement agencies.