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Core information

Key information on our policies and procedures, financial details and insurance policies.

Policies and procedures

Anti-bribery policy

This policy sets out our responsibilities in upholding our position on bribery and corruption. It provides information and guidance on how to recognise and deal with bribery and corruption issues.

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Anti-money laundering policy

The anti-money laundering policy aims to ensure that the University and our employees comply with the legislation and apply the highest standards of due diligence.

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Card payment policy

The purpose of this policy is to set out the requirements of the PCI DSS in respect of the transmission, processing and storage of cardholder data, and the key responsibilities in maintaining compliance PCI DSS.

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See also: Card Payment Policy - Operating Guidelines

Guidance to individuals claiming reimbursement

This policy provides guidance to individuals claiming reimbursement of travel, subsistence and other expenses incurred in connection with University business.

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University's Financial Regulation

This document gives practical guidance on the our policies relating to financial administration and control. It applies to the University and all its subsidiary undertakings.

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Fraud policy

We have a responsibility to take all reasonable steps to prevent the occurrence of fraud. The policy sets out procedures for fraud prevention and detection and the investigating and reporting of fraud.

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Procurement policies and procedure

Our procurement policies aim to obtain best value for money on all non-pay expenditure within the legislative framework for public procurement in Scotland.

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Treasury Management Policy

As part of the Financial Regulations, the University has adopted the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) code of practice for treasury management in public services.

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Socially Responsible Investment Policy

This policy pursues an ethical approach to investment in accordance with the University's Ethical Code, whilst minimising any potential adverse impact on investment returns.

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Further information

Academic Registry

Information including quality assurance, academic regulations and academic policy and practice.

Insurance

Information on the University's insurance policies including commercial property and contents, motor vehicles, personal accident/travel, and the legal liabilities such as employers’ liability, public liability, and professional indemnity.

Tax

Information on Value Added Tax, income and expenditure.

Contact us

Finance Office

3Z, Cottrell Building University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA

+44 (0) 1786 467124
lorna.mitchell@stir.ac.uk

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