Our company is committed to adhering to all applicable legal and regulatory requirements, the highest professional and ethical standards and its stated corporate values. Strong compliance is a key aspect of industry leadership and is vital to securing sustainable profitable growth. Compliance works together with the company's management teams to effectively identify, mitigate and manage compliance risk and encourage behaviour with integrity. At Swiss Re, integrity and compliance are integral components of our culture and the measurement of our performance.
Scope of Compliance responsibilities
Compliance is principally responsible for overseeing Swiss Re's identification, mitigation and management of Compliance Risks. The Chief Compliance Officer proposes compliance-related policies and guidelines, and establishes processes, controls and guidance. Among other areas of authority, Compliance works with and is a key component of all areas of Swiss Re.
- Swiss Re Code of Conduct: The Swiss Re Code of Conduct applies to everyone who works for the company in whatever capacity and wherever they are in the world.
- Reporting Misconduct (Whistleblowing) at Swiss Re: We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of honesty, integrity and accountability. We do our best to provide a culture that encourages our employees to report suspicions of misconduct in good faith without fear of retaliation.
- Data Protection at Swiss Re: We are committed to respecting the privacy and data protection rights of individuals and complying with laws globally.
- Preventing Financial Crime and Sanctions Violations at Swiss Re: We adhere to all applicable laws, regulations and internal requirements relating to bribery, corruption, fraud, money laundering, terrorist financing and international trade controls and economic sanctions.
- The Transparency in Coverage Final Rules require certain group health plans in the United States to disclose on a public website information regarding in-network provider rates and historical out-of-network allowed amounts and billed charges for covered items and services in two separate machine-readable files (MRFs). The MRFs are not intended to be read by consumers as they are formatted specifically to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data. Here you find the MRFs for Swiss Re's U.S. medical plans.