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27
Mar
19
Posted by:
Jodi O'Callaghan

What would you do? Your weekly ethical dilemma challenge

You are a qualified accountant. You have been asked, by your line manager, to complete a costing exercise with a very short deadline and limited resources. 
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20
Mar
19
Posted by:
Jodi O'Callaghan

What would you do? Your weekly ethical dilemma challenge

It's time to exercise your ethics muscle in our weekly challenge! 

You have been part of a team working on a large and complex project. You have heard that a fairly major error has shown up as part of the financials for the project. 
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19
Mar
19
Posted by:
Cris Parker

"I am a trusted advisor"

Trust is the talk of the town at the moment. Rebuilding, regaining, retaining. But as much as you think you deserve to be considered trustworthy, it is not something that can be self-nominated. Cris Parker, a Director with The BFO, explains why. 
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13
Mar
19
Posted by:
Boris Bieler

Positive challenges for the outsourcing and advisory industry in a post Royal Commission era

Boris Bieler CFA, FCPA (Australia) is a signatory to The Banking and Finance Oath and raises awareness of the Oath in his role as guest lecturer at Macquarie University and UTS when lecturing on topics around auditing, risk management, corporate governance and ethics in banking. We invited Boris to provide his insights on what he thinks some of the positive challenges might be for the outsourcing and advisory industry, post Royal Commission. 
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13
Mar
19
Posted by:
Pauline Vamos

What comes after the question of 'Should We'?

Pauline Vamos, a director with The Banking and Finance Oath and the new Chairman of Freedom Insurance gives her take on how the financial services industry can recover and move forward following the Hayne Royal Commission. 
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12
Mar
19
Posted by:
Jodi O'Callaghan

What would you do? Your weekly ethical dilemma challenge

A colleague has recently prepared a new spreadsheet which is used to produce a weekly report for the bank’s liquidity committee. You are responsible for updating the underlying data which feeds into the spreadsheet to produce the report...

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