Accounting and reporting:
All financial transactions shall be recorded in accordance with generally accepted accounting practices, and the accounting records must show the nature of all transactions in a correct and nonmisleading manner.
CWA will not participate in, or endorse, any corrupt practices.
Representatives of CWA shall not offer clients, potential clients, suppliers, consultants, government agencies, or any representatives of such entities, any rewards or benefits in violation of established business practices and/or applicable laws, in order to obtain or retain business, or to gain any other improper advantage.
Employees of CWA shall not accept payments, gifts or other kinds of reimbursement from a third party that could affect or appear to affect their objectivity in their business decisions.
CWA shall not accept, facilitate or support money laundering.
Conflicts of interest:
All representatives of CWA shall conduct their private and other external activities and financial interests in a manner that does not conflict, or appear to conflict, with the interests of CWA.
Employee's private interests shall not influence, or appear to influence, their judgement or actions in performing their duties as representatives of CWA.
Company property and resources:
CWA property and resources shall be used for business objectives. They shall not be used for personal gain, fraudulent purposes, or in any other inappropriate manner.
CWA shall comply with the tax laws and regulations of each country in which it operates. Where tax laws do not give clear guidance, appropriate professional advice will be taken.