Business Ethics: Crafting an Ethical Blueprint for Success

Course Code: BET101-WS
Start Date: 2024/4/20 End Date: 2024/4/20 Day: Sat Time: 10:00-16:30 Hours: 6 Sessions: 1 Semester: Spring Instructional Language: English Location: In-Person (Tokyo) English Proficiency Level: Intermediate

Registration Open

Course Description

In the fast-paced world of business, navigating ethical challenges is essential for long-term success and societal impact. This dynamic 6-hour workshop, "Business Ethics: Crafting an Ethical Blueprint for Success," is designed to empower professionals and leaders with the knowledge and skills to integrate ethical principles seamlessly into their organizational culture.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this workshop, participants will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to lead ethically, make sound moral decisions, and create an organizational culture that fosters success through integrity and social responsibility.
Invest in your professional growth and join us for a transformative journey towards ethical leadership and sustainable business success!

Who should take this course

Business Leaders and Executives, Managers and Supervisors, Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners, Professionals interested in integrating ethics into their decision-making processes


No required textbook


Maurizio Raffone

Instructor Biography

Maurizio is the Chief Financial Officer for Credify Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based Fintech company developing enterprise solutions focused on embedded finance and digital identity. Maurizio has over 20 years of international finance experience, with expertise in credit derivatives, structured finance and fund management. Maurizio's recent roles were as Managing Director at UniCredit, Italy's largest bank, and as Partner at TriSpan LLP, an asset management firm based in London, where he was deputy Chief Investment Officer of TriSpan's global macro fund. Maurizio holds an Mphil in Financial Economics from the University of Cambridge and a first-class honors degree in Economics and Management from Royal Holloway College of the University of London.