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Code of Business Conduct and Ethics

All directors, officers, and employees of Preferra Insurance Company RRG (the “Company”) shall:

  • Adhere to honest and ethical conduct, including the ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationships;
  • Exercise full, fair, accurate, timely, and understandable disclosure in the periodic reports required to be filed with the Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking of the District of Columbia (“DISB”);
  • Comply with all applicable District laws, regulations, and orders of the DISB;
  • Protect and properly use the assets of the Company;
  • Report any violations of this Code of Business Conduct and Ethics promptly.

No director, officer, employee, or member of his or her family shall accept, except on behalf of the Company, any money or valuable thing because of any purchase, sale, investment, or loan made by or for the Company, nor shall any such person have any financial interest in any such purchase, sale, investment or loan.

No director, officer, employee, or member of his or her family shall obtain any loan from the Company; nor shall any of them, without the consent of the Board of Directors, hold or acquire a financial interest in any enterprise that competes with the Company, or which to the knowledge of the business has any business relationship with the Company as a vendor or supplier, or which to the knowledge of the individual has any outstanding loan from the Company or is negotiating such loan.

Directors, officers and employees, and members of their families should avoid receiving gifts, gratuities, favors, or services of any kind from any person, firm, or corporation doing business or seeking to do business with the Company under circumstances in which it might be inferred that the purpose of the donor was to influence the individual in the performance of his or her duties. Directors, officers, employees, and their family members must disclose any gift, including entertainment, from a vendor or outside source that is more than a nominal value. For purposes of this policy, “nominal value” means any gift which exceeds $500 in value.

No director, officer, or employee shall divulge confidential company information to others or use such information for personal profit.

No director, officer, or employee shall have any position with any other business enterprise that would reasonably be supposed to conflict with the individual’s performance of Company duties or responsibilities without complete disclosure to the Board of Directors.

Whenever an individual becomes aware of a conflict of interest in his or her situation or has any doubt about any activity, interest, or relationship that could be construed as a conflict of interest, such individual shall promptly report the facts to the President of the Company.