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The Death of Corporate. Reputation: How Integrity Has. Been Destroyed on Wall Street. (Macey), 54n23 impression management about, 17, 19. “Mr. Arthur Andersen”. (Spacek), 109 narcissism and, 151 predatory fraudsters and, 107,. 109. See also Enron Corporation. Art of Talking So That People. Will Listen, The ( Swets),.
A Proposal for Balancing Specificity and Ambiguity in Financial
See generally JONATHAN R. MACEY, THE DEATH OF CORPORATE REPUTATION: How. INTEGRITY HAS BEEN DESTROYED ON WALL STREET ( 2013). 5. See, e.g., David M. Becker, What More Can Be Done to Deter Violations of the Fed- eral Securities Laws?, 90 TEx. L. REV. 1849, 1849 (2012) (noting that criticism ...
Precarious Position of the Chief Compliance Officer
Apr 2, 2012 ... It has been accepted for inclusion in Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial. & Commercial Law by an .... the registration of many hedge funds mandated by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and. Consumer Protection Act ... destroy both a firm's reputation and potentially its ability to continue in operation.
Credit Rating Agencies and Environmental, Social and Governance
The conduct of the two agencies in the creation and continuation of the Financial Crisis has therefore led to ... PRI in relation to credit rating agencies has been to facilitate the development of discourse between .... 11 Jonathan R Macey The Death of Corporate Reputation: How Integrity Has Been Destroyed on Wall Street .
The single supervisory mechanism - Panacea of quack banking
Oct 15, 2013 ... If the documents have been made available under an Open. Content Licence .... ble Architecture for Finance in Europe (SAFE) and Fellow at the Center for Financial Stud- ies (CFS). ..... MACEY, THE DEATH OF CORPORATE REPUTATION: HOW INTEGRITY HAS BEEN DESTROYED ON WALL. STREET ...
Stock Exchanges as Lighthouses
Abstract: Over the years, it has frequently been argued by economists that lighthouses need to be ... lighthouses, regulation can develop in financial markets without state bodies being established. ...... Macey J. R. (2013), The Death of Corporate Reputation: How Integrity Has Been Destroyed on. Wall Street, FT Press, Upper ...
The Press and Corporate Shaming –Does it Matter
1 In his survey of the state-of-the-art in corporate finance, Zingales (2000) mentions this as one important force that has been neglected. ..... 3 In the last year or so new competitors have entered the market: the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal ..... because they can both build and destroy reputations. This power of ...
Aug 6, 2003 ... The United States District Court for the Southern District of New Yo r k. O n. C o r porate Gove r n a n c e for the Future of MCI. Corporate Monitor .... The various investigations of WorldCom that have been published to date have examined ... be used as a Governance Constitution for the Company. Most of ...
Amazon's Stranglehold: How the Company's Tightening Grip Is
financial resources, and to ensure that the benefits of these systems and resources .... that has consistently put the company at the top of corporate reputation ... Amazon is far more than a big, aggressive retailer. The company is a novel kind of power, a power that, as New Yorker writer George Packer has described, ...
Caterpillar, Inc. Encounters Challenges to Its Ethical Reputation
Oct 22, 2015 ... CAT's ethical initiatives and CSR efforts, as well as recent challenges to its ethical reputation. We ... In 1986 the company was renamed Caterpillar Inc. Today, Caterpillar Inc. has customers in more than ... the “A.” CAT products have been used in the agriculture, construction, forestry, demolition, waste, and ...
The Press and Corporate Shaming –Does it Matter
In April 1992 the Wall Street Journal published a strange advertisement. It was a full- ... 1 In his survey of the state-of-the-art in corporate finance, Zingales (2000) mentions this as one important force that has ..... 3 In the last year or so new competitors have entered the market: the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal.
SEC Investigations and Enforcement Actions
Jan 13, 2010 ... corporate crisis. SEC investigations frequently raise questions about the performance or integrity of corporate management, the integrity of a corporation's ... Since Cooper, the SEC has continued to bring enforcement actions in .... Dodd- Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Pub. L. No.
The Federal Reserve: A Study in Soft Constraints
May 8, 2015 ... through 2009 financial crisis (the Crisis) has been creative and aggressive. These ... member of Congress as there was, expressed surprise to learn that the Fed has an essentially unlimited ...... DEATH OF CORPORATE REPUTATION: HOW INTEGRITY HAS BEEN DESTROYED ON WALL STREET.
We Don't Need No Stinking Ethics: The Struggle Continues
We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges! Bandit leader in the 1948 film Treasure of the Sierra Madre ... Our experience has been that many business faculty oppose the teaching of ethics. .... Schwartz (2005) reviewed normative research on corporate ethics codes. He.
Solvency Regulation of Insurers: A Regulatory Failure?
nover, the Finance Seminar of the University of Zurich, the Management & Economics sem- inar of the University of .... The solvency regulation of insurers has traditionally been justified by the external costs of ...... Macey, J. R. (2013) The Death of Corporate Reputation: How Integrity Has Been Destroyed on Wall Street, FT ...
How Reputations are Won and Lost in Modern Information Markets
University of San Diego School of Law I University of Oxford Centre for Corporate Reputation. 2 ... Financial illiteracy is a serious problem in complex modern information markets. Unless there is a real understanding of the ..... might help to explain why the regulation of bank balance sheets has not been particularly effective.
The Agenda-Setting Power of Stakeholder Media
Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Times, Greenpeace, Media, News Media, Mainstream Media, MSM, .... stakeholder-controlled media in undermining BP before that disaster occurred has not been considered. In doing so, we discern a new media playbook and key ways in which ... reputation through their media.
THREE ETHICAL DIMENSIONS OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS
It has often been said that the financial crisis in which the world economy has been immersed since mid-2007 ... 1 Professor of Economics, "la Caixa" Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance, IESE .... 9 The famous phrase of Gordon Gekko, the protagonist of the movie Wall Street (1987). 10 The ...
ASSET VALUE, THREAT/HAZARD, VULNERABILITY, AND RISK
Jul 26, 2013 ... concepts that have been in use by the United States (U.S.) De- partment of Defense (DoD), military services, the ... law enforcement, the term “threat” is typically used to describe the design criteria for terrorism or manmade disasters. .... company's reputation). In order to achieve the greatest risk reduc-.
Prosecutorial Discretion and the Indictment of SAC Capital
and the lessons learned in its aftermath have been regarded as a turning point in government decisions ... 7 Gabriel Markoff, Arthur Andersen and the Myth of the Corporate Death Penalty: Corporate. Criminal Convictions in the ... 10 See John Carney, Wall Street's Big SAC Capital Problem, CNBC (Aug. 6, 2013), http://www.