Extracted from the Cyber Risk and Insurance Forum Rules and Constitution, a copy of which is available on request.
18. CRIF and its Members will not engage in:
18.1. The discussion of specific named risks, insureds or prospective insureds;
18.2. Any anti-competitive practice, including but not limited to entering into an agreement (whether in writing or verbal; formal or informal), arrangement or concerted business practice that appreciably prevents, restricts or distorts competition in the Cyber, Privacy or Professional Services Market or has the intention of so doing;
18.3. Any agreement (whether in writing or verbal; formal or informal), arrangement or concerted business practice that directly or indirectly controls or fixes either premium rating or policy terms, the terms of business or the method of conduct of business applicable to either specific named risks or insureds or to the Cyber, Privacy or Professional Services Market as a whole;
18.4. Any control of the use of policies or wordings;
18.5. Any attempt to formulate strategy that would influence practices within the Cyber, Privacy or Professional Services Insurance Lines Market;
18.6. Any practices which may reasonably lead to CRIF being deemed or construed to be operating as a cartel; or
18.7. Any practice that constitutes violation of any applicable law or regulation, including but not limited to UK or EU competition law
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