Conflicts of interest are inherent in certain Mercer businesses. Conflicts of interest – real or apparent – are instances where a person or firm has an incentive to serve one interest at the expense of another. Some of these conflicts are inherent in any large, diversified professional services firm, while others stem from the nature of the services we offer to clients. Mercer seeks to manage these conflicts through disclosure and with policies and procedures that are designed to protect client interests. We are committed to conducting business ethically and transparently.
The general conflicts of interest Mercer has identified in our Investments business, along with descriptions of how we manage and mitigate them, are described in the PDF downloads available below.
If you have any questions or would like more information about specific topics after reading these documents, contact your Mercer consultant.