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November 20: “Ethics, values and personal behaviour in a crisis”
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November 20: “Ethics, values and personal behaviour in a crisis”

21.10.2013 From our online archive
The Institute for Global Financial Integrity welcomes Member of the European Court of Auditors Kevin Cardiff at its 32nd Luxembourg Finance Lunch.

The Institute for Global Financial Integrity welcomes Member of the European Court of Auditors Kevin Cardiff at its 32nd Luxembourg Finance Lunch.

Talking on the subject of “Ethics, values and personal behaviour in a crisis”, Mr Cardiff will speak under Chatham House Rules.

About this month’s speaker

Kevin Cardiff has been a member of the European Court of Auditors since March 2012.

Previously, Mr Cardiff had spent most of his career as a civil servant working for the Government of Ireland, principally in the Department (Ministry) of Finance. He was heavily involved in dealing with the Irish financial and economic crisis between 2008 and 2012 as a senior official and, from early 2010, as the Secretary General of the Ministry, including in relation to banking and sovereign debt issues.

In the course of his work, Kevin Cardiff has held a number of associated positions, including as a member of the Irish Central Bank Commission, as a director and alternate director of the European Investment Bank and as a member and alternate member of the EU Financial Services Committee.

He was educated at the University of Washington and at University College Dublin

The lunch takes place at the Cercle Munster on November 20 from 11.30am. The speech will commence at 12.15pm.

Participation costs 50 euros per person to be paid prior to lunch on TIGFI account: BCEELULL LU06 0019 3055 2757 2000

To register, please visit ligfi.org