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a government appointee who investigates complaints by private persons against the government

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Organizational ombudspeople typically will not answer questions from anyone, including senior management, about those with whom they may have had contact, maintaining their privacy, unless given permission to speak for the purpose of resolution of the dispute.
The Ombudsman Association, (21) a large group of professional ombudspeople, has a code of ethics which provides that conversations with ombudspeople are privileged.
Since the creation of the office, the mandate of both the individual bank ombudspeople and the CBO have been expanded from strictly SME complaints to include personal banking concerns as well.
Its acceptance is due in large part to the fact that the ombudspeople truly do act with independence from the banks.
there are something like 200 companies with corporate ombudspeople, many of whom belong to the Ombudsman Association (see sidebar).