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Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Transaction Authority and Payment Approval

Policy Number:

4.2
Cornell’s Board of Trustees, “the Board,” formally delegates authority to designated individuals to enter into agreements with external parties that obligate the university. This is referred to as “transaction authority.” An individual must not assume transaction…

Standards of Ethical Conduct

Policy Number:

4.6
Cornell University expects all executive officers, trustees, faculty, staff, student employees, and others, when acting on behalf of the university, to maintain the highest standard of ethical conduct.

Forming a University-Related Subsidiary or Affiliate or Acquiring a Controlling Interest in a Separate Entity

Policy Number:

4.11
Cornell University will form a university-related subsidiary or affiliate, or acquire a controlling interest in a separate entity, only if there is compelling legal and/or business justification. Note: On occasion, the Office of University Investments or the Office of Trusts, Estates, and Gift…