CCPI's Code of Ethics
Conduct business in a professional, ethical manner.
Be competent, prompt, diligent and demonstrate respect other peoples opinion.
Cooperate with any client, regardless how "difficult" to close a project may be.
Accept only assignments that can be completed in a professional manner.
Avoid misleading statements.
Respect the confidential nature of our clients information.
When representing the client, endeavor to present facts and opinions without prejudice.
Refrain from suppressing, overemphasizing or manipulating facts.
Set fees based on work to be performed and avoid any form of compensation that could be perceived as an unnecessary payment.
Avoid any assignments that would create a conflict of interest.
Inform clients of any business connection, interest or affiliation that might influence our judgment.
Not accept compensation from more than one source, unless with the full knowledge of the other involved parties.
Not make false, misleading, deceptive or unfair statements concerning other ship management companies or broker firms.