Code of Ethics 

In accordance with the basic purposes for which the Greater Cincinnati Insurance Board (CIB) was formed, The Greater Cincinnati Insurance Board is charged with the responsibility of directing a unified effort towards professionalism on the part of the CIB members and their employees. Section 2 (A) of the Constitution and By-laws of the Cincinnati Insurance Board states “The purposes for which the corporation is formed are:

  • To develop and work with others to establish,
  • maintain and encourage professionalism and sound ethical practices in the transaction of insurance business,
  • to inspire and instill confidence and integrity in the members of the corporation, to promote friendship and fellowship among such members,
  • to assist in efforts directed toward safety and the reduction of other risks covered by insurance,
  • to promote the public image of the insurance industry,
  • to endeavor to maintain the highest standards of ethical conduct for the insurance business, including adherence to the Code of Ethics of the Cincinnati Insurance Board,
  • to provide education and other services for the benefit of its members.”

The basic objective of the Code of Ethics is to serve the public interest, not only by specifying and enforcing the minimum ethical conduct rightfully expected of CIB members, as professionals, but also by facilitating voluntary compliance with standards considerably higher than the required minimums.

The Greater Cincinnati Insurance Board (CIB) members have certain obligations to one another, to the insurance industry, and to the communities in which business is conducted. 

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