Every BDO employee is responsible for consistently following BDO’s Code of Ethics and Business Conduct
, and choosing the right course of action if faced with an ethical workplace dilemma.
Our Code governs the actions and working relationships of BDO’s partners and employees with current and potential clients, fellow employees, competitors, government and regulatory agencies, the public, the media and anyone else with whom BDO has or may have contact.
BDO LLC Oman (the “Firm”) is a member of BDO International Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, and forms part of the international BDO network of independent member firms.
BDO is the brand name for the BDO network and for each pf the BDO Member Firms.
If you have a complaint or concern about our firm, our partners, staff or contractors, you are advised to make us aware of this.
If you are a client, prospective client, sub-contractor, vendor or strategic partner of the Firm and wish to raise a concern with us.
As an eligible person you can report under this policy if you have reasonable grounds to suspect that a BDO staff member, former staff member, contractor, supplier or other person who has business dealings with BDO has engaged in conduct (‘reportable conduct’) that is:
You may report the matter through any of the following means:
The disclosure will be subject to the assessment and investigation process set out in the BDO Oman Speaking Up Policy. Where disclosures are made in accordance with the policy, confidentiality will be safeguarded (where requested) and the necessary protections set out in the BDO Oman Speaking Up Policy will apply.