Scott Noble, EMBA ‘17, will share with us his experience as a whistleblower in a financial fraud case while he served as vice president of Samex Capital Advisors, an investment management firm specializing in alternative and tactical investment strategies for wealthy clients. He discovered and reported fraud which led to the conviction and incarceration of his business associate, the owner of Samex Capital, Keenan Hauke. Scott has shared his story through The American Whistleblower Tour with engagements at St. Joseph’s University, Kennesaw State University and Auburn University. Additionally, he has been a guest speaker at Notre Dame for both undergraduate business and EMBA ethics classes.
Scott is a native of South Bend and currently lives in the Indianapolis area, where he is a technology focused entrepreneur and corporate product line strategist. He has a BS Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University, and he earned his MBA at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business EMBA program in 2017.
The John A. Berges Lecture Series in Business Ethics is presented each fall by the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership. The series features senior executives speaking on their experiences of the ethical dimensions of business. For a full list of speakers visit: Berges Lecture Series
Free and open to the Notre Dame community and the public.
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