What you'll learn
Explore the duties and obligations of the CFO.
Explore the meaning of ethics and ethical behavior in business.
Identify each of the various concepts setting forth ethical standards.
Identify the conduct that might cause ethical concerns to the business he or she serves.
Identify each type of ethical dilemma faced by a CFO and company management.
Identify the ethical requirements of Sarbanes Oxley.
Prerequisute: This course is for someone who is obligated to act as the Chief Financial Officer of any entity who is obligated to establish and carry out a system of ethical standards in the operation of the business.
No advanced preparation is needed for this course.
Ethics refers to well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms of rights, obligations, benefits to society, fairness, or specific virtues.
It is the duty of a CFO to deal with the entity he or she serves both ethically and in good faith. To do so it is important that the CFO understands his or her ethical compass and how to perform the duties and obligations of the CFO ethically and in good faith. This course explores those duties and obligations.
Who this course is for:
Anyone interested in finance, accounting or related fields.