Mr. Tassé is a globally recognized expert on corporate misconduct, crisis response, and ethical leadership, who has extensive experience as an independent special advisor to various board chairs and CEOs of corporations and organizations, federal and provincial departments, agencies as well as crown corporations, on "high profile and sensitive cases” related to alleged corruption, fraud, money laundering, financial misconduct, conflict of interest, and breach of fiduciary duty.
As an investigative and forensic accountant, Mr. Tassé has experience in matters involving misappropriation of funds, fraudulent financial transactions, and tracing and recovery of stolen funds.
Mr. Tassé helps clients to manage legal, reputational and operational risks and to achieve best standards both nationally and internationally. He advises Canadian and international corporations and organizations on compliance with anti-corruption legislation and policies in force at the municipal, provincial, federal and international levels.
Mr. Tassé examines domestic and transnational financial crime from different angles and explores what motivates people to break the law, how wrongdoers cover their tracks, what can be done to put a stop to the looting, and the importance of Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Machine Learning for fraud/corruption prevention and detection
Mar 4th 2021
I personally think that social media shouldn't weigh so heavily on business decisions though it does. They have the ethical obligation to the moral, right thing because it is just for all.