How do you demonstrate and validate these characteristics in today’s financial climate?
Interactive two-hour workshop focusing on a variety of real life ethical challenges faced in the workplace.
Participants vote on how they would respond to real life case studies using individual interactive voting machines. Participants discuss and debate the merits of each choice and suggest actions that could be taken.
Developed to encourage finance professionals to think about ethics principles and how to apply them in the workplace.
Tailor made programs available to align to your own organisation values and industry code of conduct.
Anonymous voting machines encourage participants to show how they would act in real life - rather than how they feel they should.
Raise conscious awareness of potential ethical dilemmas and provides a clear framework for action.
Provide key insights, learning opportunities and useful tips to help participants make better ethical decisions.
Endorsed by audiences at top firms around the world.
Contributes to CPD requirements.
Two-part interactive workshop comprising of
Structured to suit clients' needs based on the number of workshops per day. Recommended workshop size is 10-50 people (maximum 70 people). A quote can be provided for customisation to include your company's own programs and policies.
When you book one workshop.
This is only $30 per person (based on 70 total attendees during a day).
When you book two or three workshops for the same price and location
This is only $30 per person (based on 150 total attendees during a day).
CEO & Managing Director, FINSIA
Chris was appointed FINSIA CEO in September 2016. He has been associated with the Australasian financial services industry for nearly 30 years. Previously, he was CEO of CUA, Australia’s largest customer-owned financial institution, Regional Director, Bank of Scotland and CEO, BankWest Retail Bank.
He has extensive experience as a non-executive director including in the payments, wealth management and insurance sectors.
Head of Standards & Education, FINSIA
Kylie was appointed FINSIA Head of Standards and Education in 2017. Previously she held a number of senior roles predominantly in dealer services within financial advice in major banks within Australia. She has also been involved in the management of a financial advice remediation project.
She also has experience as a non-executive director in the not for profit sector.
FINSIA is the professional body in Australia and New Zealand for the financial services industry, and one of its key objectives is to develop and promote high ethical standards for financial practitioners, raise professional standards of competency and conduct in financial services.