CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ARCHITECTURE
The Board of Directors of AmTrust at Lloyd's has approved the adoption of a Group-wide risk-based corporate governance architecture which conforms to international best practice. This architecture is designed to create a formal structure for the establishment, operation and monitoring of Corporate Governance standards and practices throughout the Group and, when fully implemented, will provide the Group with a comprehensive, consistent and integrated governance model.
CODE OF CONDUCT
The architecture reflects the ethical and business values that shape and guide AmTrust at Lloyd's. Our corporate value system embraces legal, moral and ethical conduct, accountability, corporate social responsibility and leadership. This corporate value system is set out in AmTrust at Lloyd's Code of Conduct. The Code is based on the concept of the moral, ethical and legal obligation owed by AmTrust at Lloyd's Directors, Management, Employees and Advisers to various stakeholders. It forms the basis of a number of other detailed policies which are intended to provide specific guidance in assisting all of us in applying acceptable standards of legal and ethical practice to our everyday work.
ANTI FRAUD AND OTHER WRONGDOING POLICY
The Anti Fraud & Other Wrongdoing Policy applies to any fraud, suspected fraud, or other wrongdoing, or suspected wrongdoing involving employees, sales representatives, shareholders, directors, consultants, vendors, contractors and/or any other party with a business relationship with Sagicor.
ANTI CORRUPTION POLICY
The purpose of this anti-corruption policy (the “Policy”) is to help ensure compliance by AmTrust Financial Services, Inc. (“AFSI”), its subsidiaries and affiliates (“AmTrust”) with all applicable anti-bribery laws such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of the United States (the “FCPA”), the 2010 Bribery Act of the United Kingdom (the “UK Bribery Act”) and the applicable anti-bribery laws of all foreign countries in which AmTrust operates (together, the “Anti-Corruption Laws”).