Anti-Trust Statement

Financial Health Network Inc. assigns the highest priority to full compliance with both the letter and the spirit of the anti-trust laws of the United States, and it is vital that all Financial Health Network programs and events be conducted in a manner consistent with that policy.

Participants, including in-person attendees and participants in any digital or electronic event or forum conducted or hosted by Financial Health Network, are expected to ensure that their participation and communications at any Financial Health Network program or event, or through the Emerge Digital Platform, do not violate U.S. anti-trust laws or their own companies’ respective anti-trust policies. Care must be taken when participants communicate, whether at formal or informal meetings, social discussions, conference calls, videoconferences, or electronic chats, or by e-mail or other electronic or other means, to ensure that no conduct becomes or appears to be anti-competitive. In general, the types of discussions that should be avoided are those that may suggest, invite, constitute, or tend to reflect agreements among competitors as to price, discounts, profit margins, or warranties; terms of sale that could impact price, such as output, quality, service, or innovation; information about customers or allocation of customers, markets, or territories; or boycotts or joint refusals to do business with others. More broadly, participants should not engage in any exchanges or disclosures of competitively sensitive information on current or future prices, pricing strategy, output, or other terms of competition, such as quality, innovation, service, or similar topics. Any participant in any Financial Health Network program or event, including but not limited to any events including Member Summits, the Emerge Financial Health Forum, and any Emerge Live digital event, or any user of the Emerge Digital Platform or any participant in any Emerge Everywhere blog, who encounters any discussion of these subjects should promptly voice his or her objection and terminate or leave such conversation.