ESMT Launches New Executive MBA Track in "Managing Business Integrity"

Track to focus on compliance, corporate governance, and forensics

Germany's ESMT European School of Management and Technology has announced that it will offer a track in "Managing Business Integrity" as part of its Executive MBA program.

According to an ESMT press release, the new EMBA track "will prepare participating managers to effectively protect corporate assets from damage caused by misconduct and to use strategic compliance management, targeted control mechanisms, and incentive systems aligned with business ethics and integrity."

The track will also cover the investigation of fraud and corruption through the use of forensics.

ESMT is launching the track in cooperation with EY, a company that specializes in taxes and assurance. 

The "Managing Business Integrity" track will launch this fall. ESMT also offers two other tracks as part of its 18-month EMBA program:  "Innovation and Technology Management," and "International management."

For more information, please see the ESMT press release announcing the launch of the EMBA track in "Managing Business Integrity," or see ESMT's full profile here at FIND MBA.

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