Tue, 15 Dec|
In these challenging times, join us for an interactive workshop to help build skills and learn practical strategies for making ethical business choices.
Time & Location
15 Dec 2020, 15:00 – 17:05 GMT
About the Event
As we've all seen in the news, it seems that ethical choices are more complex when people are under pressure. We need to understand that while something might be legal, it doesn't mean it's ethical.
We will be discussing the distinctions and points of convergence between ethics, morality, and the law. With particular focus on the tie between law and morality, using jurisprudential theories and Irish based examples to ground the discussion and to aid members in coming to their own viewpoint on what ethics means to them and their company.
You will hear real-world case studies that will give you and your team an eye-opening perspective on a topic that sometimes gets taken for granted. You’ll be surprised at how difficult a seemingly simple ethical choice can be.
Who should attend:
All ACFE members as well as non-members are welcome to attend this event.
This event will kick off with a presentation from Chloe Cass, followed by Elaine Ward sharing real-world case studies. After a short body break, participants will join break-away rooms in which they will be presented with an Ethical Dilemma to discuss and feedback to the main group. The session will end with an opportunity for Q&A.
Barrister @The Law Library
Chloë Cass is a practising barrister, with a generalist practice in Dublin and the Eastern Circuit. She lectures in Corporate Fraud Investigation and Law in City Colleges. She teaches at King's Inns, NUI Maynooth and UCD. She is an investigatory aide to CaCompliance. She is also a volunteer director at Trim Family Resource Center. www.lawlibrary.ie
Investigations Manager @Protocol Security & Investigation Services
Elaine Ward is the investigations manager for Protocol Security & Investigation Services and has over 20 years experience carrying out Insurance and Corporate Fraud Investigations in Ireland, with a particular interest in employee fraud investigations. Elaine’s corporate clients are positioned across all sectors with companies ranging in size from micro enterprises to large corporations. Elaine holds a HND in Business, a Diploma in Corporate Fraud Investigation and an Advanced Diploma in Corporate, White-Collar and Regulatory Crime from King’s Inns. www.protocolinvestigations.com
Head of Kroll Ireland @Kroll a division of Duff & Phelps
Kevin Hart is the President of the ACFE Ireland Chapter and leads the Irish business of Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps. He brings over 20 years of experience in investigating fraud, corruption and money laundering matters. He is also skilled in forensic accounting and litigation support. Kevin advises clients on Cyber risk and is part of the EMEA Cyber team assisting businesses with eDiscovery, preventing and reacting to Cyber security matters. www.kroll.com
Online Access to the ACFE Ireland Ethics Workshop€60.00