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Ethics in Real Life : A Deeper Examination into Corruption, Dishonesty and Ethical Principles

Expert Speaker Terence Tan

$430.00 (including GST)

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Overview

This practical workshop is part of the Professional Skills Series, designed specifically to share with Managers and Accounting & Finance Professionals how corruption and dishonesty can surface in organisations. You will have a better understanding of the practical issues and remedies available when faced with such ethical dilemma.

Programme Outline

  • Ethics and Corporate Governance: An Overview
  • Ethical procurement principles – Singapore Government and the United Nations
  • Overlap between Law and Ethics - The Law of Equity and Ethics; Ethics and statute law.
  • Duties of Directors and Staff – Fidelity (for both groups), Fiduciary (for directors and officers), remedies for breaches. Responses to Fraud – dismissal, reporting to authorities (to report or not), problems in suing controlling directors
  • Corruption – Prevention of Corruption Act (corrupt acts, inducement, extra-territorial corruption, employer remedies for corruption. Corruption and underlying contracts. Recent private and public sector corruption cases (Ng Boon Gay, Peter Lim and seafood ordering cases)
  • Dishonesty – common criminal offences and related matters – cheating, theft, forgery, criminal breach of trust, common intention, abetment, conspiracy, sentencing. Defenses to criminal prosecution. Directors’ responsibility for staff or outsider dishonesty.
  • Securities offences including insider trading and market manipulation. The Securities and Futures Act.
  • Whistleblower protection – Singapore and other countries’ laws compared

This workshop qualifies for 7.0 CPE hours in Ethics and Professionalism (Category 2).

Expert Speaker

Terence Tan
LLB (Hons), LLM, ACCA (Grad)​

Terence is an Advocate and Solicitor for over 20 years , and was formerly Asst Professor in the Law Faculty of NUS where he taught Insolvency Law, Company Law and Computer Law.

Terence was named in Parliament in 1995 by the then Minister of Law for his comments on a loophole in the proposed Bankruptcy Act. His comments on bankruptcy legislation were expressly discussed by the High Court and the Court of Appeal.

Besides contributing articles in legal journals,Terence also regularly provides legal training and education for professional organizations, overseas universities and MNCs. 

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