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MGIC Ethics Hotline
Welcome to the UMB & Maryland Global Initiatives Corporation (MGIC) International Office Ethics Hotline.
UMB & MGIC are committed to conducting business with the highest standards of integrity and professionalism. We expect the same of our employees and others who may be acting or performing services on our behalf.
All UMB and MGIC employees have a responsibility to report suspected misconduct, including concerns about fraud, waste, abuse, harassment, and illegal behavior. We also encourage those who have interacted with UMB & MGIC international offices and/or staff, such as clients, business partners, beneficiaries, and other parties, to report ethics concerns and potential violations of applicable U.S. and international laws or regulations using this hotline.
If you are an employee, we encourage you to speak to your supervisor, Country Director, or another member of senior management about your concerns. If you are not an employee, or do not feel comfortable reporting your concerns through management, please complete the online form below. This online form does not retain any information about users, their location, or the device through which they accessed the webpage, and will allow you to remain anonymous, if you so choose.
We strive to review all reports as promptly and thoroughly as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation in helping us maintain our commitment to integrity and professionalism in our operations.
UMB & MGIC policy and U.S. law strictly prohibit retaliation in any form for the reporting of suspected misconduct in good-faith. Intentionally dishonest or abusive reporting will be investigated and may result in disciplinary action.