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Revised and approved August 2014 DIRECTOR CODE OF CONDUCT As a member of the board of directors (the "Board") of CFA Society Toronto (the "Society") I shall: 1. Discharge my duties impartially and in accordance with applicable legislation as well as the Society's then current bylaws, codes, guidelines and policies, including without limitation this Director Code of Conduct and the Society's guideline for Canada's anti-spam legislation. 2. Review the Director's Manual, and understand and comply with Board roles and responsibilities. 3. Establish as a high priority my attendance, active participation and punctuality at all meetings of the Board and committees on which I serve. 4. Come prepared to discuss the issues and business to be addressed at scheduled meetings, having read the agenda and relevant background material in advance. 5. Use due diligence in making decisions which I believe to be in the best interest of the Society. 6. Support in a positive manner all actions taken by the Board even when I am in a minority position on such actions. 7. Serve as an ambassador for the Society and represent the Society in a positive and supportive manner at all times and in all places. 8. Not represent or speak on behalf of the Board or the Society unless properly authorized by the Board to do so. 9. Maintain confidentiality of the details and dynamics of all Board discussions. 10. Not use the management office or Board position to advance personal interests or the interests of any person or third party organization with whom or with which I am associated, unless such action has been specifically approved in accordance with the Society's conflict of interest policy. 11. Use reasonable efforts to avoid conflicts of interest between my position as a Board member and my personal or professional life. If such a conflict does arise, I shall follow the guidelines of the Society's then current conflict of interest policy. 12. Not engage in conduct that would or potentially would discredit or compromise the integrity of the Board or the Society. ________________________________ Print Name ________________________________ Signature ________________________________ Date CFA Society Toronto Board Manual 2016 Page 42 of 194

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