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In determining where there may be a conflict of interest arising, factors that may be considered will include whether:

(a) A person has breached any fiduciary obligations to the company or terms of employment;
(b) A person has undertaken actions that would be difficult to defend, when looked at objectively, as being in the interest of the licensee; and
(c) A person has failed to declare a personal interest that has a material impact in terms of the person's relationship with the licensee.
Amended: January 2016
Amended: July 2007
(3 Versions)
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