Professional Ethics: Ethical Decision-Making for Compliance Professionals (approved for IACCP Ethics credit)
As compliance professionals, we are used to working within sets of well-defined rules and creating procedures that manage risks. While there are rules that require Codes of Ethics, and while we can develop procedures to mitigate risks of certain types of unethical behavior, ethical decision-making requires different (and, perhaps, antithetical) skills. In this engaging interactive session you will dissect and respond to various ethical-based scenarios as well as join in discussions and commentary with seasoned industry professionals.
After attending this course, attendees should be able to:
- Recognize ethical dilemmas and conflicts of interest that can surface in servicing clients and how compliance, firm culture, and the Code of Ethics can influence decision-making
- Identify how ethical considerations may vary among different members of a firm depending on the circumstances
- Develop an understanding of the ethical challenges firm members face and how you can address these challenges in your ethics training initiatives
For Whom: Designed to increase the professional competence of financial services compliance professionals with legal, compliance, ethics, operations and management responsibilities.
Suggested Skill Level: Intermediate
Instructional Method: Group Internet-Based and Group Live
Pre-requisites for participation: No prerequisites are required. However, attendees can benefit by reviewing the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, especially Rule 204A-1 (Investment adviser codes of ethics), to become familiar with the structure and terms.
Advance Preparation: None
NRS Continuing Education Guide
Recommended CPE Credit: 2
Recommended IACCP® CE Credit: 2
Recommended CA MCLE Credit: 2