Informacion Capital Consulting follow and observes the Code of Conduct in Annex III of the 2014 Inter-institutional Agreement on the EU Transparency Register This code sets out the rules for all those who register and establishes the underlying principles for standards of behavior in all relations with the EU institutions.
In the relations with EU institutions and their Members, officials and other staff, our representative representatives:
- always identify themselves by name and, by our registration number, if applicable, and by the entity or entities they work for or represent; declare the interests, objectives or aims they promote and if, where applicable, specify the clients or members whom they represent;
- not obtain or try to obtain information or decisions dishonestly or by use of undue pressure or inappropriate behaviour;
- not claim any formal relationship with the European Union or any of its institutions in their dealings with third parties or misrepresent the effect of registration in such a way as to mislead third parties or officials or other staff of the European Union, or use the logos of EU institutions without express authorization;
- ensure that, to the best of their knowledge, information, which they provide upon registration, and subsequently in the framework of their activities covered by the register, is complete, up-to-date and not misleading; accept that all information provided is subject to a review and agree to cooperate with administrative requests for complementary information and updates;
- not sell to third parties copies of documents obtained from EU institutions;
- in general, respect and avoid any obstruction to the implementation of all rules, codes and good governance practices established by EU institutions;
- not induce Members of the institutions of the European Union, officials or other staff of the European Union, or assistants or trainees of those Members, to contravene the rules and standards of behaviour applicable to them;
- if employing former officials or other staff of the European Union, or assistants or trainees of Members of EU institutions, respect the obligation of such employees to abide by the rules and confidentiality requirements which apply to them;
- obtain the prior consent of the Member or Members of the European Parliament concerned as regards any contractual relationship with, or employment of, any individual within a Members’ designated entourage;
- observe any rules laid down on the rights and responsibilities of former Members of the European Parliament, and the European Commission;
- inform whomever they represent of their obligations towards the EU institutions.
When Informacion Capital Individuals register with the European Parliament with a view to being issued a personal, non-transferable pass affording access to the European Parliament’s premises shall:
- ensure that they wear the access pass visibly at all times in European Parliament premises;
- comply strictly with the relevant European Parliament Rules of Procedure;
- accept that any decision on a request for access to the European Parliament’s premises is the sole prerogative of the Parliament and that registration shall not confer an automatic entitlement to an access pass.