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Franman's - Business Ethics Policy
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Franman (the "Company") has an excellent reputation of conducting all of our business according to the highest principles of business ethics. We are proud of this reputation. We are committed to conducting our business activities with honesty, and in full compliance with the applicable laws and regulations. We also believe in treating our employees with the same principles. Our ethical principles are the values that set the ground rules for all that we do as management and employees of Franman. As we seek to achieve responsible commercial success, we will be challenged to balance these principles against each other. In this respect the Company has set out a Code of Conduct, which is integrated into our Management System.
 All members of Company personnel (directors, managers, employees) have a clear understanding where the Company stands on basic ethical issues, so that all can act accordingly. The Business Ethics Policy sets down the guidelines for business conduct at Franman. It is our firm intention that these standards and rules guide the actions of all personnel. We ask everyone to pledge his or her support to this important policy.


Code of Business Conduct
The Code of Business Conduct was prepared to provide members of personnel, as well as those with whom we do business, with a formal statement of the Company's commitment to the standards and rules of ethical business conduct. All members of personnel are expected to review this Code, and in so doing, agree to comply with its principles. This Code should be considered the basis on which each member of personnel conducts business on behalf of Franman, and is the cornerstone of Franman's ethical business practices.
A Code of Conduct cannot cover all circumstances or anticipate every situation. Members of personnel, encountering situations not addressed specifically by this Code should apply the overall philosophy and ethical standards observed by honorable people everywhere. Situations that are not covered may be reviewed with managers, or as appropriate, senior management of the Company.

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