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All members and registered students have a duty to co-operate with the Institute including a duty in certain circumstances to self-report.
Bye-Law 32A sets out members' and registered students' duties to CIPFA in respect of providing information and cooperating with our regulatory objectives.
This Bye-Law is a cornerstone of effective regulation. It includes:
Guidance on the last of these duties (PDF, 79 KB) has been issued by CIPFA Council.
The CIPFA duty to inform includes a duty on members and registered students to self-report where a member or registered student has acted in a manner which makes him or her liable to action under the Institute’s Disciplinary Scheme.
This would include where a member or registered student has:
A member or registered student is guilty of misconduct if he/she has:
The Institute’s Guidance regarding Convictions and Court Findings and Guidance regarding Bankruptcy and IVAs provides information for members and registered students about self-reporting in such circumstances.
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