Breakfast debate: "Is ethics killing business?"

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Date of event: 5 December 2013
Event ends: 5 December 2013
Start time: 08:40
End time: 10:45
Breakfast debate: "Is ethics killing business?"

Is 'fairness' subjective? Is tax a moral issue? Where does the power lie? This lively, fascinating Breakfast Debate is part of Henley Business School's Engaging Business events programme, bringing together world-class academic experts and industry leaders to explore pressing topical issues.

Is 'fairness' subjective? Is tax a moral issue? Where does the power lie?

This lively, fascinating Breakfast Debate is part of Henley Business School's Engaging Business events programme, bringing together world-class academic experts and industry leaders to explore pressing topical issues.

The debate features a distinguished panel comprising:

Simon Culhane, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI).

Dr Carola Hillenbrand, Associate Professor of Organisational Psychology at Henley Business School, and Academic Director, John Madejski Centre for Reputation.

Alan MacPherson, leader of Deloitte's Global Tax Strategy, Risk & Operations Practice and the UK's Compliance and Reporting and Tax Management Consulting business.

Professor Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, Chairman and CEO of advisory and thought leadership consultancy, The Roosevelt Group (once described by Margaret Thatcher as 'a global Sherpa').

With the Henley Business School's Deputy Dean, Professor Ginny Gibson, as Chair, you are invited to put your questions and views to our esteemed guests.

Places are limited, please email henleyevents@henley.ac.uk for availability.

Getting There

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