Code of Conduct



Code of Conduct



  • GIC should perform activities in a professional, accurate, and unbiased manner. They should be applied for professional skill and judgement to the best auditing at all times.


  • GIC should develop their own professional competence and maintain their best status for correct auditing.


  • GIC should avoid any employment or assignment which rise to conflict of interest.


  • GIC should not act in any way of prejudicial method to the reputation, interest and credibility of the audit organization.


  • GIC should not disclose the findings, information or any part of them gained in the course of the audit unless authorized in writing by both the auditee and the audit organization to do so.


  • GIC should not accept any commission, gift or other benefit from organizations being audited, their employees or other interested parties.


  • GIC should not intentionally communicate false or misleading information that may compromise the integrity of any audit or the auditor certification process.


  • GIC should take care not to publish or otherwise communicate unjustified and unreasonable criticism of another members auditing work.


  • GIC should not breach any part of this Code of Professional Conduct and provide full cooperation in any formal inquiry that arises in the event of any alleged breach of this code.