March 22nd (Part 1) | April 26th (Part 2) Dinner Meetings: Doing The Right Thing

OVERVIEW

As Cadburys states “Ethics concern an individual’s moral judgements about right and wrong. Decisions taken within an organisation may be made by individuals or groups, but whoever makes them will be influenced by the culture of the company. The decision to behave ethically is a moral one; employees must decide what they think is the right course of action. This may involve rejecting the route that would lead to the biggest short-term profit.”  Time and again we see instances where companies act without consideration to what is ethically right.

In this two part talk Dave will look at case studies where companies have failed to act ethically, and the results that followed, and how companies can best address ethics within its own organisation to help them “do the right thing”

THE PRESENTER   Dave Oswald,  Senior Manager Forensic Accounting – Computer forensic Leader at Ernst & Young

Dave is a chartered accountant with a passion for uncovering fraud or error. He have extensive experience in data preservation and review. Computer Forensics, Data Analytics and general fraud reviews.  I have designed databases for interrogation ranging from the gold mining industry to luxury lodges to the banking sector.

Dave was born in Zimbabwe, before moving to SA where he cut his teeth on fraud reviews.  In 2013 Dave relocated to Canada, and is having fun using his skill set to investigate frauds taking place in both Canada and internationally.

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