Conflicts of Interest
The Constitution contains the CCG's policy for Standards of business conduct which includes a policy for managing conflicts of interest.
A conflict of interest includes:
- A direct financial (pecuniary) interest: where an individual may financially benefit from the consequences of a commissioning decision (for example, as a provider of services).
- An indirect financial (pecuniary) interest: for example, where an individual is a partner, member or shareholder in an organisation that will benefit financially from the consequences of a commissioning decision.
To view a copy of our Conflict of Interest policy or to view a register of Board Members declared conflicts of interest, please click to download the relevant documents on this page.