Essay on Bank of America
STUDENT NUMBER: TP027192
INTAKE CODE: UC2F1501IBM
MODULE NAME: BUSINESS ETHICS GOVERNANCE
TOPIC: BANK OF AMERICA’S MOST TOXIC ASSET (CASE B) INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT
LECTURER: FARAHIDA BINTI ABDUL JAAFAR
DATE ASSIGNED: 06th MARCH 2015
DATE DUE: 17th APRIL 2015
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION. 3 Summary. 3 Ethical Dilemma. 3 Affected Stakeholders. 4 ANSWER FOR QUESTION 1. 4 ANSWER FOR QUESTION 2. 5 ANSWER FOR QUESTION 3. 6 ANSWER FOR QUESTION 4. 7 ANSWER FOR QUESTION 5. 8 ANSWER FOR QUESTION 6. 8 CONCLUSION. 9 REFERENCES. 10
BANK OF AMERICA’S MOST TOXIC ASSET (CASE B).
Ken Lewis was a Chief executive officer of Bank of America, he was …show more content…
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