Anthony Catanach, the Center for Ethics Cary M. Maguire Fellow and author of the blog Grumpy Old Accountants has been selected by Infinit Accounting as one of the “10 Blogs Every Accountant Should Be Reading.”
In addition, Dr. Catanach co-wrote an article for the October 2014 issue of Strategic Finance magazine titled, Non-GAAP Nonsense: Fixing the Problem Once and For All. To read the article, click here.
To learn more about Dr. Anthony Catanach, click here.
Published October 28, 2014
The Financial Transparency Debate: Reflections and Future Prospects.
This lecture took place on June 9, 2014 at Park City Club in Dallas, Texas and was entitled "The Financial Transparency Debate: Reflections and Future Prospects." Dr. Anthony Catanach, the Cary M. Maguire Fellow, delivered a thought-provoking presentation that included a look at what has happened since the financial crisis of 2007/2008 and the parties that can influence financial reporting transparency in the future.
Published June 10, 2014
Anthony Catanach, the Cary M. Maguire Fellow at The American College made the list of top 50 accountants on Twitter! Follow the link to see, http://www.mastersinaccounting.info/top-accountants-twitter/
Published October 15, 2013
On September 17, 2013, Anthony Catanach, the Cary M. Maguire Fellow at The American College, was interviewed live on Bloomberg’s Market Makers and runs down the red flags companies can look for when evaluating their chief financial officer and what should be expected of the position. To watch the interveiw, follow this link, http://www.bloomberg.com/video/evaluating-your-cfo-look-for-these-red-flags-DA4LK1HbQSy98epHUmWqrQ.html
Published October 15, 2013
Jim Mitchell, Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics, was a contributing writer for an article in the January 2013 edition of the Journal of Business Ethics titled, "Modeling Ethical Business Culture: Development of the Ethical Business Culture Survey and Its Use to Validate the CEBC Model of Ethical Business Culture”. To read the article, please click here.
Published January 25, 2013
On October 3, 2012, Julie Ragatz, Director of the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics in Financial Services, was interviewed live on Bloomberg TV’s “Bottom Line”. Speaking with Mark Crumpton, Julie discussed how the Center and The American College protect consumers by training practitioners to become more sensitive to ethical issues and to think more critically about ethical solutions.
If the above video does not play, watch the video on Bloomberg.com.
Published October 04, 2012
On September 24, 2012, the Center for Ethics held a re-dedication ceremony in Foundation Hall at The American College, officially renaming the Center the "Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics in Financial Services". The Center also held The Cary M. Maguire Lecture in Applied Ethics during a luncheon in the MetLife Learning Center. The Lecture was given by Dr. Anthony Catanach and entitled “Open Secrets: Transparency or Financial Disaster, Which Do You Want?”.
Published September 24, 2012
Click on the link below to see the transcript of the Hon. Ralph M. Hall's recognition of Mr. Maguire to the House of Representatives earlier this year.
Over a span of two decades, which included multiple trials, appeals and mayors, Mr. Maguire succeeded in a property rights dispute against the city of Houston, TX. Throughout this ordeal, his courage and faith that justice would ultimately prevail served to further strengthen his character and perseverance.
Published September 20, 2012
In an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Professor Julie Ragatz discusses the consequences and expected punishments of being convicted of investment fraud.
“There is a consistent standard,” yet results vary with public outrage and other factors, says Julie Anne Ragatz, director of the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics in Financial Services at American College, the insurance and investment school in Bryn Mawr. Read the full article »
The article was originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on May 22, 2012.
Published May 22, 2012
In an article from The Wealth Channel Magazine, Jim Mitchell explains what The College's Code of Ethics means in regard to meeting the needs of senior clients.
"You may be recommending exactly the right thing for them, but if they do not understand, they may resist your recommendations..." Read the full article »
Published October 10, 2011