Code of business conduct for members and staff of the Pensions Authority

The revised Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies, issued by the Government in 2009, requires all State bodies to have written Codes of Business Conduct for directors and employees. Members of the Authority are considered ‘directors’ for the purposes of the code.

The code for employees should embrace such matters as duty to the State body, avoidance of conflict of interest, limits on outside activities, acceptance of gifts and honesty in dealings.

A copy of the Authority's current code of practice is available below.