1. Code of professional ethics and discipline of the National Union of insolvency practitioners in Romania, since 29.09.2007
  • The independence of action in the practice of insolvency practitioner must be freely manifested toward any interest that may be incompatible with the integrity and objectivity of the practitioner.
  • Conflict of interest is the state of the Member of the Union who has a personal interest, of a patrimonial or non-patrimonial nature, which could influence the impartiality and objectivity of his/her activity in the assessment, performance and reporting of his/her duties.
  • Unfair competition practices are prohibited, as follows: denigration of a competitor or its products/services, carried out by communication or dissemination by a form of organization or its representative/employee of information that does not correspond to the reality of a competitors activity or products, which is likely to harm his interests; the misappropriation of the clients of an undertaking by a former or current employee/representative or by any other person through the use of trade secrets, for which that form of organization has taken reasonable measures to ensure their protection and the disclosure of which may harm the interests of that form; any other commercial practices which are contrary to honest practices and the general principle of good faith and which cause or may cause damage to any market participants.


  1. Implementing rules on the verification and control of the fulfillment of cyber security obligations for the national civil cyberspace, from 11.10.2022
  • Controls are carried out in order to: Identify how the legal provisions in force have been implemented, including minimum security requirements to ensure a high common level of security of networks and information systems; identify irregularities and solve problems faced by the entity under control; establish optimal measures to prevent deficiencies or dysfunctions.
  • The control activity carried out by the central control structure, the verification and Control Directorate, at the level of the entities subject to control involves the following steps: Planning the control activity, organizing the control activity, conducting the control and capitalizing on the control results.
  • The President of the Control commission is responsible for the preparation of the control, in which sense he has, before its triggering, the necessary measures to document and train the members of the commission in relation to the specifics and tasks of the entity under control, as well as knowledge of the legislation in the field.