Notre Dame’s Ethics Week kicks off Monday
Published: February 11, 2012 / Author: Mendoza College
An examination of the financial services industry and its role in the financial crisis is the subject of Notre Dame Ethics Week beginning Monday. The talks, which are free, are scheduled from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Giovanini Commons in the Mendoza College’s lower level.
The schedule is as follows: Monday: “Too Big to Exist?” by Tom Cosimano, finance professor, University of Notre Dame; Tuesday: “Success or Worth: What is True Net Worth?” by Randall Raciti, principal and financial adviser, The Healy Group, South Bend; Wednesday: “Ethics in the Financial Marketplace,” by Chris Murphy, chairman, 1st Source Bank, South Bend; Thursday: “Financial Services: The Broken Promises,” by Tim Hart, president, Credibility Consulting, Washington.