Our six fundamental precepts

At Fidelity National Title Group we are committed to upholding our company's core values, which inspire us to do our best each day.

The six corporate precepts on which Fidelity National Financial was founded are:

  • Autonomy and entrepreneurship | Provide employees levels of authority based on their responsibilities, then empower them to make decisions and resolve problems as close as possible to the point of client contact.
  • A bias for action | Analyze tasks, reach decisions and implement solutions as soon as possible. Challenge all assumptions and strive continuously for improvement. Be accessible, responsible and decisive. Take ownership of all problems and accept all challenges.
  • Close customer relationships | Offer clients meaningful, customized products and services, the expertise and passion for finding solutions to customers’ problems, and the desire to establish long-term business relationships based on a mutual exchange of value.
  • Minimal bureaucracy | Maintain a lean management structure in which performance, productivity and problem resolution are the priorities, as well as the basis for success and achievement.
  • Employee ownership | Encourage employee ownership of company stock to strengthen employee commitment and ensure a common purpose among shareholders, management and employees.
  • Highest standards of conduct | Adhere to all related laws, regulations and principles of conduct to protect the public’s trust, ensure conscientious performance and preserve the Company’s legacy of honesty and strong ethical standards.

Fidelity National Title Group’s commitment is not just a word - it's a conviction. We take pride in our desire to serve our customers to the best of our ability.

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