Our employees are expected to abide by the following policies and procedures which impose limits on their personal activities in order to avoid actual or potential conflicts of interest, such conflicts may include (but are not limited to) situations where:
(i) Gaw Capital employees’ private interest interferes, or even appears to interfere, in some way with the interests of Gaw Capital;
(ii) Gaw Capital employees take actions or have interests that may make it difficult to perform their work for Gaw Capital objectively and effectively;
(iii) Gaw Capital employees’, or members of their family, receive improper personal benefits as a result of their position in Gaw Capital;
(iv) loans to, or guarantees of obligations of, Gaw Capital employees and members of their family may create conflicts of interest
Gaw Capital employees must adhere to the principle that all business decisions and actions must be in the best interests of our company and clients. Accordingly, Gaw Capital employees may not have outside interests that conflict or appear to conflict with the best interests of Gaw Capital Partners or our clients.