To maintain high professional standards of efficiency, conduct, integrity, responsibility, and service.
To exercise the utmost good faith in dealing with their principals, underwriters, and assureds.
To refrain from maintaining or using the status of their profession, or their affiliation with the association, to attract business for personal financial gain in other lines of endeavor.
To refrain from maintaining or using their membership within the association as a means of taking unfair advantage of competitors, or for any other purpose than those for which the association is intended.
To regard the business of insurance as an unusual opportunity to provide essential services to the public, and to conduct themselves with dignity, courtesy, and the highest degree of fairness in their relations with members of the industry and the public at large.
To be governed by a spirit of cooperation, helpfulness, and frankness in their relationships with fellow members to the end that each shall be better equipped, through such cooperative measures and exchange of ideas, to better perform and function, and to foster the advancement and prestige of their profession.
To comply with applicable surplus lines laws and regulations, maintain necessary licenses, and immediately notify the association of any suspension, revocation, or termination of such licenses.
Every member of the Association, upon acceptance of membership, does pledge to support the Association and to faithfully observe and abide by the provisions of the charter, bylaws, rules, regulations, and code of ethics.