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Integrity—A Cigna Corporate Value
Building a culture of integrity in today's competitive business environment demands high standards in every area of our global operations. Cigna's commitment to healthy corporate governance practices is reflected in our independent Board, comprehensive governance policies, and open communications.
Cigna's business practices demand strong financial controls, detailed plans and rigorous reviews. Standard operating procedures at Cigna include regular and appropriate reporting and an internal audit function. The General Auditor meets regularly with the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. Written complaints regarding accounting, internal accounting controls, or auditing matters may be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:Cigna Corporation
General Auditor / Corporate Audit Department
900 Cottage Grove Rd
Bloomfield, CT 06002, USA
All communications are treated confidentially, and persons may submit complaints anonymously.
Shareholders or other interested parties may contact an individual director, one or more of the Committee Chairs, or all of the non-employee directors via email at DirectorAccessMailbox@cigna.com or by mail:Cigna Corporation
Director Access Address
Office of the Corporate Secretary
Two Liberty Place, TL11F
1601 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19192
Current customers with questions about your plan, coverage, reimbursements, etc. please call the toll-free number on your ID card.
If you have lost your ID card, please call 1 (800) Cigna24 or 1 (800) 244-6224.
Board Governance Documents
Cigna's board conducted a full review of Board Practices in conjunction with the creation of a code of ethics solely applicable to members of the Board of Directors.
View past reports: