Cigna's Code of Ethics drives compliant business practices and provides important and valuable guidance on ethical decision-making for our colleagues around the world. It supports our ability to live our values every day and enables us to truly embody our mission of improving the health, well-being, and peace of mind of those we serve. It also defines the following core principles that guide our decisions and our actions.
- We will comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations
- We will avoid conflicts of interest
- We will protect Cigna's assets
- We will behave ethically
On October 28, 2020, the Board of Directors of Cigna Corporation approved an amendment to our Code of Ethics and Principles of Conduct to further strengthen our commitment to compliance, ethical conduct, integrity and our core values, by providing additional examples of acts that could constitute a bribe. The amendment will go into effect before the end of the year.
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Cigna is passionate about doing the right things for our customers, shareholders, and communities in which we do business around the world. We hold ourselves to high standards, which begins with core ethical principles that form the foundation of Cigna's commitment to integrity, corporate social responsibility, legal compliance, and ethical conduct.
All reports of violations are treated confidentially, and can be submitted anonymously, if you wish. If you have an ethics or compliance concern, need to report a suspected violation, or simply have a question about whether something is appropriate, please contact the Ethics Help Line.
You can contact the Ethics Help Line confidentially (including anonymously, where permitted by law), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you would like to remain anonymous, please consider providing us with a non-identifiable email address or phone number, so we can contact you to obtain additional information without compromising your anonymity.
If you are a supervisor, Compliance Officer, or member of Cigna's Legal department and you receive a report of a possible ethics violation, you must report it to the Ethics Help Line.