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In New Zealand, the IBE is addressing the demand for business ethics training
and advisory work through its first offshore representation headed by an IBE Associate, Jane Arnott
The need was established following a business trip and series of introductions to New Zealand captains of industry, Institute of Director members and Government officials by Philippa Foster Back in August 2010.
The IBE has signed two Memoranda of Understanding, with the Institute of Financial Advisers and with Kensington Swan
IBE New Zealand Associate – Jane Arnott
Jane has over 25 years experience working in the corporate sector in both in-house and consulting roles that straddle marketing, public relations and branding.
She ran a nationwide not for profit for over 3 years and, following the completion of a post graduate Diploma in Professional Ethics at the University of Auckland, she travelled to UK to focus on Business Ethics training.
Contact: Jane Arnott — IBE Associate 0274 715 785 email@example.com
Business Ethics Training in NZ
The IBE offers the following training courses, especially tailored for New Zealand audiences:
For members of the Institute of Financial Advisors:
- Business Ethics for the Financial Adviser [link to course info]
- Business Ethics for the Financial Services Sector [link to course info]
Becoming a New Zealand Subscriber to the IBE
Through their donations, IBE subscribers help to promote ethical business practice and enable the Institute to continue the work of disseminating knowledge and good practice in business ethics. Subscribers can also take advantage of events, publications, free advice and other services. They add to the work of the IBE through the sharing of good practice and their experience of ethical issues. Subscribers are encouraged to make a positive contribution to the work of the IBE through the sharing of good practice and experiences of ethical issues.
Subscribers are not members of the Institute and have no governance rights over the operation of the IBE.
Recommended rates for organisations to subscribe to the Institute of Business Ethics are based on organisation size as measured by number of employees
|No. of Employees
|Up to 200
- Weekly news email with IBE news and links to news stories
- Free copies of all publications
- Discounted rate for advisory work
For more information on becoming a subscriber please contact IBE's London office or Jane Arnott in New Zealand
Institute of Financial Advisers
In January 2011 the IBE signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Institute of Financial Advisers to provide the financial services sector in New Zealand with business ethics training for the first time >>link to press release.
"Doing business ethically is an integral part of establishing trusting relationships and an effective business culture, and I am delighted that the Institute of Business Ethics will be able to contribute towards a stronger appreciation of professional ethics in the New Zealand finance sector by working with the IFA," says Philippa Foster Back OBE, Director of the IBE.
"The leadership displayed by the IFA in this area will help ensure that financial advisers in NZ are indeed amongst the best trained and most professional at what they do. I hope that this partnership will be the first of many in New Zealand.
Short, 2 hour Professionalism courses for IFA members (2 CPD points available) and others in financial services will be available from May 2011. Further details in the press release here
Kensington Swan Lawyers
In February 2011 the IBE signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kensington Swan to provide "Understanding Business Ethics” courses adapted for New Zealand to their client base and the broader business community.
The first of these one-day courses will commence in May 2011.
[link to press release]
For more information about this course contact: Anna Broadbent at Kensington Swan