A conflict of interest is a situation in which there is a risk that the personal interests of our Group Managing Director, an introducer, or a partner may impact NSG or one of our client's interests. 



Avoidance of conflict of interest



  • It is very important that an employee of NSG or an introducer, does not enter into conflicts of interests or loyalty,


  • We rely on an employee or introducer to make their decision solely on the basis of objective criteria, and not to be influenced by personal interests and relationships in business decisions,


  • An employee or introducer is to disclose information immediately to the Managing Director of a possible or the potentiality of a conflict of interest between their work and private interests,


  • Conflicts of interests may particularly arise if an employee or an introducer acts as a competitor of NSG, is active for or involved in another company which concludes legal transactions with NSG. 



  • If an employee or an introducer does not inform the Group Managing Director, or it comes to his attention by a third party; it is grounds for immediate termination of the contract,


  • If the conduct of the employee or an introducer damages the reputation of NSG, legal action may be effected,


  • If a loss is incurred by NSG, the company is entitled to legal recourse through the Small Claims Court, a County Court, or the High Courts of Justice, depending on the value of the claim.