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Eller College Inaugural Executive Ethics Symposium for Regional Leaders

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Uploaded on Sep 13, 2010

Eller College Hosted its Inaugural Executive Ethics Symposium for Regional Leaders on August 20, 2010. The event brought business, government, and nonprofit stakeholders to hash out issues involved in strategic mortgage default.

The inaugural Executive Ethics Symposium explored the financial, legal, and ethical dimensions involved when homeowners consider a "strategic default" on their mortgage. A panel of experts from academia and industry shared their insights on this timely and pressing issue with leaders from the business, government, and non-profit sectors. http://ethics.eller.arizona.edu/execu...

Welcome remarks were given by The University of Arizona President Robert Shelton and Dr. Stephen Gilliland, Eller College of Management, introduced these panelists: Brent T. White, Associate Professor of Law, UA James E. Rogers College of Law; Rosey Koberlein, CEO, Long Companies; John P. Lewis, President and CEO, Southern Arizona Community Bank; Jonathan Peck, President and CEO, Tucson Urban League.

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