"Success in the financial services industry is dependent upon a company's reputation for integrity. As a result, each of us must take personal responsibility for conducting all of our business endeavors with honesty, candor, sincerity and fairness, consistent with RGA's core values in support of protecting and enhancing RGA's reputation.
RGA adheres to the highest ethical standards in all of its business dealings. This requires that the Company's business be conducted in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and with the highest standards of business ethics. RGA as a global company must be sensitive to the cultures and customs of the countries where it operates and respect the communities and environments where it does business. The success of the Company's business depends on the reputation of the Company and its Associates for integrity and principled business conduct. Improper activities could harm the Company's reputation for integrity or otherwise result in adverse consequences."
- Anna Manning, President
In support of our Statement of Principles of Ethical Business Conduct, we rely on each Associate to maintain high standards and conduct business – wherever we do business – with honesty and integrity. This Website was created by RGA to provide our Associates with the information and resources they may need to report conduct, activities or behaviors that an Associate may believe are inconsistent with applicable laws and regulations, RGA's Principles of Ethical Business Conduct or any of RGA's policies and procedures.
You may use any of the following methods to submit a report:
Chief Compliance Counsel (Whistleblower Hotline)
RGA Global Legal Services
16600 Swingley Ridge Road
Chesterfield MO 63017
The Associate Reporting Hotline is a supplement to – not a replacement of – resources already in place to assist you. If you become aware of any illegal or unethical behavior or a violation of our Code, you are encouraged to report it immediately through local channels including: your supervisor, the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, General Counsel, Vice President of Human Resources or Senior Vice President of Global Audit Services. Concerns regarding accounting practices, internal controls or auditing matters may also be reported to RGA’s CEO, CFO or Executive Vice President.