The Infollion Expert Panel is a forum where knowledge gained over the years is shared with knowledge seekers. You should always comply with the rules of IEP and render your services with highest ethical standards to protect you and our clients. Under any circumstances, you should not disclose any material, non-public or confidential information or accept any client engagement which has the possibility of any kind of conflict of Interest. Before you register as an expert with Infollion Expert Panel or take up any client engagements, you should review the terms and conditions along with the following tutorial. While we strongly suggest you to read the terms and conditions thoroughly, this tutorial is meant for your convenience and give you a simplified understanding of the key concepts. This tutorial contains some examples of the dos and donts you need to adhere to as a member of the Infollion Expert Panel
1. You left company A 4 months ago after working there for 7 years. Our client wants to know an estimation of company A’s financial performance for the past 2 years. Can you share this information with the client?
2. You are an independent consultant and have been observing trends in a particular industry. Our client wants your opinion regarding investment in a leading company in that industry. Can you share your opinion?
3. Our client asks you for consultation about a company which you left 2 years ago. Should you go ahead with the engagement?
4. You are an employee of Company X. The Company is planning to launch a new product soon but this information has not been made public as yet. Can you share this information with our client if he/she wants information related to this topic?
5. Can you share the forthcoming product launch information with the client if you are no longer the employee of that particular company?
6. You are an independent solicitor whom we have contacted for consultation. During the engagement, the client asks you queries regarding a specific case or indicates towards a personal engagement. Should you continue such a consultation?
7. You learned from a senior official in your company that your company is going to enter into a tender offer or joint venture with Company B. Should you share information if our client wants consultation on Company B ?
8. During the engagement, you gain insight into the client’s findings or future plans. Can you share this information with anyone else?
9. You are a medical expert and have been asked by the client for your general opinion regarding the upcoming medical hub in a particular city. Should you provide your opinion regarding such a query?
10. If a client requests to get back to you for follow-up or further information, should you go ahead without involving Infollion Research?
11. If a client, to whom you have provided consultation in the past, approaches you directly for consultation, can you engage in the venture?