As a financial institution built upon the trust of all its stakeholders, LANDBANK ensures that ethical behavior is not only applied within its operations, but also extends to its supply chain. The Code of Conduct for LANDBANK Employees was established and approved by the LANDBANK Board of Directors on November 23, 2006. LANDBANK regularly communicates the Code of Conduct to all its employees. On the other hand, the Code of Conduct for the members of the Board of Directors was approved on January 10, 2017. The Code of Conduct is aligned with the Bank‘s core values, and provides guidance for all LANDBANK employees on the right and ethical way to conduct themselves. January of every year is regarded as LANDBANK‘s Code of Conduct Month, with the theme ―I Live by The Code‖. During this month, all Landbankers are reoriented with all the provisions of the Code of Conduct, and are encouraged to sign the Code of Conduct Compliance Recommitment Certificate. According to the Section 3, Article I of the 6th Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) between LANDBANK and the LANDBANK Employees‘ Association (LBPEA), LBPEA is tasked to assist the Management in inculcating among employees the provisions of the Code of Conduct for LANDBANK employees and pertinent Civil Service laws, rules, and regulations as well as other issuances designed to promote honesty, social responsibility, trust, excellence, professionalism, discipline, efficiency, productivity, and effectiveness of the LANDBANK services. Integrity is deeply embedded in LANDBANK‘s core values. The Bank has a zero-tolerance policy towards fraud and corruption, and incidents of corruption or fraud are taken very seriously. The Bank strictly follows the Revised Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service, imposes the Code of Conduct, as well as the provisions of Anti-Corruption laws such as the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Delivery of Government Services Act of 2017 on all Public Officials and Employees.