The global focus on ethics, culture and conduct in financial markets is placing increasing pressure on the industry to self-regulate the behaviour of both organisations and individuals. ASIC has made it clear that relying on legal compliance is no longer enough to meet regulatory expectations.
Utilising examples and case studies based on current financial markets, this course provides practical training in making ethical decisions and, critically, in voicing and acting on personal and organisational values. You will learn how to make ethical decisions utilising codes of conduct and the easy-to-use Lapochka ethical decision-making tool and practical approaches to speaking and acting on ethical decisions. Designed specifically for financial markets, the course draws on ethical theory and applies it to real-world financial markets situations.
Available as in-house only
The workshop is completed via a combination of workshop attendance, self-study and self-study.
The estimated workload for this workshop includes:
The module will equip you to:
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This workshop is also available as an in-house training solution. Please contact [email protected] for further information.
Dennis is a financial services professional who has worked in a variety of roles in financial markets across trading, structuring and distribution desks. He has experienced firsthand the challenges associated with encountering and dealing with ethical issues in this environment, having been publicly named as a “whistleblower” in an FX trading scandal.
Dennis is an honorary fellow at the Centre for Ethical Leadership and the author of The Origins of Ethical Failures. He holds degrees in banking and finance, and psychology.