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CLIENTS IN CONFLICT 1Clients In ConflictAuthorUniversity Of The PeopleAuthor NoteAuthor, MBA Student, University Of The People The author is an MBA student at the UoPeople.This article is an assignment for Dr. Brian Balduzzi for BUS 5115 - AY2019-T4.Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to the author’s email address.Contact: [email protected]
CLIENTS IN CONFLICT 2ABSTRACTFraud is common and can happen in any industry. Fraud is a difficult issue to uncover and deal with. There are always several ethical issues to consider. Organizations need to ensure that they are not vulnerable to this issue.Keywords: conflicts, interest, organization, fraud, ethic
CLIENTS IN CONFLICT 3Clients In ConflictWe were asked to write a paper that: identifies all the relevant facts of the casearticulates overarching ethical issues including the extent of Jennifer's responsibility to take action; how the interests of the firm (and stockholders) can bebalanced against the environmental interests; what obligation the company has to future generations and citizens.identifies all stakeholdersposes possible alternatives and ethics of each alternative. Paper should explore the possible alternatives and ethics from the Utilitarian Perspective, the Rights Perspective, orthe Justice Perspectiveidentifies all practical constraintsrecommends a specific action Jennifer should take is of high quality, writing is clear and professionalconforms to the structural requirements including APA style guidelines for References.Fantastic Developments, a private firm, received a loan from Coshocton National Bank (CNB). Jennifer Grace, who is working on an audit for CNB, noticed that Fantastic Developments, which had a poor financials, had not replied to any requests from CNB in their attempt to audit the loan. Jennifer knew the firm was previously struggling financially, although Fantastic Developments showed excellent financials on the loan application.