Ethics In Investment Banking by John N. ReynoldsEthics In Investment Banking by John N. Reynolds

Ethics In Investment Banking

byJohn N. Reynolds, Edmund Newell

Hardcover | September 28, 2011

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The financial crisis focused unprecedented attention on ethics in investment banking. This book develops an ethical framework to assess and manage investment banking ethics and provides a guide to high profile concerns as well as day to day ethical challenges.
JOHN REYNOLDShas had a 20 year career in principal investment, mergers and acquisitions, and equity research. He has been a member of investment bank management committees since 1998. A theology graduate from Cambridge University, he has also Chaired the Church of England Ethical Investment Advisory Group since 2006. He has written an...
Title:Ethics In Investment BankingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:September 28, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230285082

ISBN - 13:9780230285088


Table of Contents

Introduction: Learning from Failure?
Ethics in Investment Banking: Background and Context
The Framework for Understanding Ethics in Investment Banking
Religion and Investment Banking Ethics
The Two Opposing Views of Investment Banking Ethics: Rights Vs. Duties
Recent Ethical Issues in Investment Banking
Clients and Ethics
Internal Ethical Issues
A New Code of Ethics for Investment Banking

Editorial Reviews

"Reynolds and Newell have produced a well-informed assessment of the multiple ethical issues that investment bankers must confront. With an insider’s view of the industry as well as expertise in applied ethics, they focus on the critical differences between compliance and ethics. The result is a no-nonsense book full of practical and workable solutions to ethical problems. Ethics in Investment Banking could not be more timely, making it very clear that there is no excuse for the absence of a strong ethical foundation to investment banking." - Lord Myners "Whether banks, including especially investment banks, lost their moral and ethical compass, as well as vast amounts of shareholders' capital, is a fair question to ask in the wake of the financial crisis. What is clear is that sustainable returns in banking can only be achieved if banks act fairly and responsibly to their key stakeholders. This book makes an important contribution to considering this question." - Sir Philip Hampton, Chairman RBS