These Financial Regulations have been approved by the University Council and are mandatory. Officers and employees are required to apply and abide by these regulations to ensure that the University operates with integrity and in accordance with Council Policy.
The University expect all staff to work to the highest professional, academic and ethical standards. This includes compliance with all relevant laws, including the provisions of legislation relating to equality and diversity, data protection and bribery
Failure to abide by these regulations may be considered as gross misconduct and disciplinary procedures may be invoked.
The use of the term Faculty Pro Vice-Chancellor / Director of Professional Service throughout these regulations is intended to include all employees who have been delegated authority to control budgets by their Faculty Pro Vice-Chancellor / Director of Professional Service.
These Financial Regulations apply to the University of Nottingham and all Subsidiary Companies of the University.
This document is divided into the following sections:
• outside their purview to authorise as defined by the Schedule of Financial Delegated Authorities
• cannot be funded from within the relevant Budget Unit's allocated budget
• not supported by an official purchase order number and appropriate documentation evidencing policy compliance
Risk is the possibility that unforeseen events, outcomes or actions may adversely affect the University's ability to achieve its objectives; it arises as much from the possibility that opportunities will not be realised as from the possibility that threats will materialise.
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