A team of UBC Sauder Bachelor of Commerce students is one of three finalists competing in June at the national Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Ethics Challenge in Toronto, a case competition that exposes students to ethical dilemmas in the financial industry.
The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics is co-hosting the second of a two-day workshop in partnership with SFU’s Beedie Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability in November. The first workshop was held in January.
Joel Solomon – who co-authored the Clean Money Revolution, a call to action to move trillions of dollars from damaging to regenerative use – visited UBC Sauder last week to speak with students about the flaws of Canada’s charitable framework and how to fix them.
Impact Week is a collaboration between nine UBC-based clubs and centres taking place from February 2-9. It explores the most pressing issues of today: climate, poverty, inequality, and health. As part of Impact Week, on February 7, the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics and the7dayringproject will host a panel discussion on inequality.
The Sauder community shares their thoughts on the importance of ethics in business.