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Finance Caselets: An Ethical Perspective
Parmar, Bidhan L.; Dalmia, Pranav; Mead, Jenny Case E-0472 / Published February 16, 2021 / 11 pages.
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These fictional caselets, some of which are based on lived experience, present dilemmas and ethical issues in the financial field. The situations include an investment-banking firm executive deciding how to handle an investment tip; an executive struggling with whether to push her tech start-up client to a lucrative IPO or to follow her company's directive to push a merger instead; an employee asked to contravene accepted accounting practice; an employee at a wealth-management firm pressured to promote two underperforming funds; a financial manager whose elderly clients unwisely want to liquidate a significant portion of their savings for a risky venture; and a fintech venture manager who is conflicted about the high interest loans his company offers. These caselets outline and convey the complexities and difficult choices that individuals in the world of finance often confront.


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    These fictional caselets, some of which are based on lived experience, present dilemmas and ethical issues in the financial field. The situations include an investment-banking firm executive deciding how to handle an investment tip; an executive struggling with whether to push her tech start-up client to a lucrative IPO or to follow her company's directive to push a merger instead; an employee asked to contravene accepted accounting practice; an employee at a wealth-management firm pressured to promote two underperforming funds; a financial manager whose elderly clients unwisely want to liquidate a significant portion of their savings for a risky venture; and a fintech venture manager who is conflicted about the high interest loans his company offers. These caselets outline and convey the complexities and difficult choices that individuals in the world of finance often confront.

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