Thursday

Thursday  9th June
PANELS – FINANCE 0900 – 1245 with Coffee Break
PANELS – FINANCE 0900  – 1045
Max Torres Lessons to be Learned from the Financial Crisis Professor of Managing People in Organisations, IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain & Director the Three-Dimensional Leadership Institute, Michigan, USA
Peter Koslowski Financial Wagers & Hyper Speculation Professor of Philosophy of Management and Organization, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands; Author of Ethics of Capitalism, Principles of Ethical Economy and The Ethics of Banking : Conclusions from the Financial Crisis
David Bamber The Integrity of CSR and Islamic Business Ethics Psychologist & Senior Lecturer at Liverpool Hope University Business School, Liverpool, UK
Uma Narain Microfinance Crisis in India – Return of Shylock Professor, SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai, India
Charles Larkin Ethics, Epistomology, Intl Law and IMF Trinity College Dublin Business School
1045-1115 Coffee Break
PANELS – FINANCE 1115 – 1245
John R. Boatright Trust and Integrity in Banking Professor of Business Ethics, Loyola University, Chicago;  Author of Ethics and the Conduct of Business & Ethics in Finance; Editor of Finance Ethics journal
Maurice OBrien Trade Overpayments – The gap between the law and the demands of integrity in dealing with the question of trade overpayments. A Credit Manager’s perspective Irish Institute of Credit Management
Boudewijn de Bruin Integrity in the Financial Services Industry: How to Use Epistemic Virtues Professor of Financial Ethics, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Steven McNamara Regulation of Credit Rating Agencies – Informational Failures in Structured Finance and Dodd-Frank’s Improvements Olayan School of Business, American University,  Beirut (Former New York Corporate Lawyer)
1245-1400 LUNCH
1400-1530 Panel – Leadership and Integrity – Strange or Necessary Bedfellows?
Max Torres Leadership in Practice Professor IESE, Barcelona & Director the Three-Dimensional Leadership Institute, Michigan, USA
Marvin Brown Leadership University of San Francisco; Author of Working Ethics, The Ethical Process, Corporate Integrity and Civilizing the Economy
Julian Clarke 40 Leadership Traits from Ireland Chartered Accountant & Management Consultant; Chair EBEN Ireland
Justine Lutterodt Ethical Leadership – New Approach Psychologist; Director, Centre for Synchronous Leadership, London, UK
Leo Sonnevald Interconnected Leadership for Integrity Chairman of the Interconnectedness Foundation, Netherlands
Nathan Ganesh Self-respect as a foundation to integrate integrity in responsible leadership Lectures in Business, Ethics and International Politics at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland and private business schools in Lausanne and Zurich. Author of Social Freedom in a Multicultural State
1600 – 1700 PANEL – Role of Integrity
Jan Tullberg The Concept of Integrity Professor, CEK Centre for the Study of Cultural Evolution, Stockholm University, Sweden
Jacob Dahl Rendtorff Business Ethics, Strategy and Organizational Integrity:  The importance of integrity as a basic principle of business ethics that contributes to better economic performance Professor of Responsibility, Ethics & Legitimacy of Corporations, Roskilde University, Denmark
Stefan Grotefield Integrity and its Limits Head of the Office for ‘Church and Economy’, Reformed Church of Zurich, Switzerland
Bob Chandler Managing Risks for Ethical Integrity: The Ethical Misconduct Disaster (EMD) Professor of Communication and Director of the Nicholson School of Communication, University of Central Florida
1700 – 1800 PANEL – Integrity of Business & Society
Marvin Brown The Contextual and Economic Integrity of Business University of San Francisco; Author of Working Ethics, The Ethical Process, Corporate Integrity and Civilizing the Economy
Johan Wempe The Role of Business Ethicists in the Current Crises Professor of Governance, Saxion University, Netherlands; Author of The Balanced Company: A theory of Corporate Integrity; Business Challenging Business Ethics; Dealing with Bribery and Corruption.
1800 Pre-Dinner Address DAVID McWILLIAMS
2000 Dinner

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