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Pearl Initiative to offer executive education programme in collaboration with Cambridge Judge Business School

The programme will focus on corporate governance and effective board leadership for private sector C-suite executives and will take place over intensive two-day sessions in Dubai and Riyadh. The programme is to be led by prominent subject expert, CJBS's Dr…

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Averting the next crisis: why some banks are taking a revolutionary approach to training

Sir Paul Tucker, chairman of the Systemic Risk Council and former deputy governor of the Bank of England, thinks central bankers will need to be experts in both financial economic and macroeconomics to protect the global economy from a future…

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The real corporate tax scandal

Western governments have finally begun to pay close attention to tax avoidance by multinational corporations in rich countries. But where, Cambridge Judge Business School's Professor Paul Tracey asks, does that leave poor countries, where the effect is arguably much more…

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Financial Times: Courses on ethics needed in China

Journalist Mike Bastin writes that students in China are "not being taught enough about corporate governance and social responsibility", and investigates which business schools in the UK are teaching business ethics. Cambridge Judge Business School is one of the few…

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The National: Starting up a culture of good corporate governance

Badr Jafar, CEO of Crescent Enterprises and Chairman of the Alumni Council at Cambridge Judge Business School, provides practical advice on developing a culture of good corporate governance at the helm of a start-up to enhance growth and resilience. Read…

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Want to avoid another Rana Plaza? Pay more for your clothes

On the anniversary of the collapse of Bangladeshi garment factory Rana Plaza, in which 1,129 people died, Dr Kamal Munir says the West needs to re-think its addiction to cheap clothing - and the East its attitude to regulation. In…

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Six reasons why … good bankers will always turn bad

They want to be good, they promise to be good, but will they be good? Cambridge Judge Business School faculty Professor Raghavendra Rau, Dr Bang Dang Nguyen and Dr Pedro Saffi explore six reasons why, whether it's retail or investment,…

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Building a Centre with impact

As CJBS Executive Education launches the Centre for Compliance & Trust, the Centre's Executive Director, Richard Hill, shares some of the vision for Centre activities The Centre for Compliance & Trust will be focused on impact and practicality. Sitting within…

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New Centre for Compliance & Trust

Cambridge Judge Business School has launched a new Centre for Compliance & Trust to lead thinking and work with organisations in the financial sector to explore how they are building real change in values and behaviour and responding to the…

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What is compliance and why do we need it?

by Peter Hiscocks, Senior Teaching Faculty in Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management For many tasks and most business activities there is a right way to do things and a wrong way: sometimes there are many ways of doing something but in…

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