Comparative Business Ethics and Social Responsibility Case Study Assignment
Topic: In groups of 2 – 4 students each group must read and complete a case study report based on the Case – Insider Trading at the Galleon Group found in the 11th edition of the prescribed Business Ethics text book by Ferrell Fraedrich on pages 528 – 534.
You are not allowed to submit on your own as an individual. Each group will complete a detailed analysis and present a 3000 word report of your analysis to your lecturer. You must engage in additional research to gather more background information as well as current information on the company and situation.
Case – Insider Trading at the Galleon Group
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
1. Are information-gathering techniques like Rajaratnam's common on Wall Street? If so, what could regulators, investors, and executives do to reduce the practice?
2. What are the implications of sharing confidential material information? Is it something that would affect your decision about how to trade a stock if you knew about it?
3. Do you think the secret investigation and conviction of Rajaratnam and other people in the Galleon network will deter other fund managers and investors from sharing non-public information?
Format: Report format, times new roman, 12 point, 1.5 line spacing. The report needs to consist at least the following:
a. Executive Summary: ideally one page but no more than two.
b. Sections 1: Introduction
c. Section 2: Main body of the report consisting the 3 questions at the end of case study
d. Sections 3: Conclusions
e. Reference List (10-20 references).
Attachment:- Case Study.rar