ETHICS TALK LIVE: How Business Can Do the Right Thing in a Turbulent World

Jun 7 · Live stream from Helsinki

13.00-14.00 EEST

Welcome to EthicsTalk LIVE to discover How Business Can Do the Right Thing in a Turbulent World! This event will be broadcasted live from Helsinki.

We will have the honor of having with Alison Taylor and Richard Bistrong joining our EthicsTalk as guests. Both Alison and Richard are internationally recognised, prominent advocates for responsible business conduct. Alison has just published a Harvard Business Review Press Book “Higher Ground: How Business Can Do the Right Thing in a Turbulent World”. Richard is known for his touching story with a frontline perspective on ethics and integrity.

The topics we will discuss with Alison and Richard include complexities of leading a business today, demanding stakeholder expectations and very practical tips on how the sustainability and compliance professions should (and must) evolve.

This is an event you do not want to miss! We look forward seeing you online!

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Experts speaking at the event


Alison has spent the last two decades consulting to multinational companies on risk, anti-corruption, sustainability, human rights, culture and behavior, stakeholder engagement, ESG, and ethics and compliance.

She is also a senior advisor at sustainability non-profit Business for Social Responsibility, a board member of ESG think tank Preventable Surprises, and an Adjunct Professor at NYU Stern School of Business, where she teaches professional responsibility, leadership and sustainability to MBAs and undergraduates. Prior to joining Ethical Systems, Alison was a managing director at Business for Social Responsibility, running the sustainability management, futures and supply chain practices.


Richard worked as the Vice President of International Sales for a large, publicly traded multinational. In 2007, Richard was targeted by the United States Department of Justice in a FCPA.

In 2012, Richard was sentenced as part of a Plea Agreement, and served fourteen-and-a-half months at a U.S. Federal Prison Camp, returning home in December, 2013.

Currently, through his consultancy, Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC, Richard now conducts corporate workshops and keynotes to sales teams, leadership groups (including boards and c-suite executives) and compliance teams (including internal audit, finance and HR).

Anna & niina will moderate the event


12:45    Registration to the virtual seminar & luncheon

13:00    Welcome from the moderators Niina Ratsula & Anna Romberg, NBE founders

13:10   Discussion: How Business Can Do the Right Thing in a Turbulent World 

The moderator will also take in questions from the audience, which can be presented during the Ethics Talk via chat.

14:00 Closing

Time zone is on EEST (Helsinki)