Twitter and Musk Clash on Metrics

The public spat between Twitter and Elon Musk over performance data has ethical lessons for management accountants.


The Ethics of ESG

Companies can use ethical principles—honesty, fairness, objectivity, and responsibility—to improve their ESG reporting.

Call For Ethics Papers

The IMA Committee on Ethics and Strategic Finance invite submissions for the 2023 Curt Verschoor Ethics Feature of the Year.

Books: What Went Wrong

Management accountants’ allocation of various costs impacts the reputation of a charity and its senior executives.

Fraud Risk in a Crisis

Finance leaders should cultivate an ethical culture to guard against a potential surge of fraud during the pandemic.

The Ethics of Inclusion

The protests vs. systemic racism provide a timely spur for finance professionals to advocate for ethical workplace practices.

Ask Tough CSR Questions

Companies have an ethical obligation to run an anti-human-trafficking program scrutinizing their supply chain and partners.

Call for Ethics Papers

To win the Curt Verschoor Ethics Feature of the Year competition, entrants must elucidate ethics for finance professionals.

The Value of Trust

Organizations that buck the alarming trend of declining trust in institutions will boost their credibility—and their profits.

Effective Ethics Training

Finance professionals must make learning about ethics a lifelong commitment. Employers can help by offering ethics training.

Ethics Must Be Global

Multinational companies need to embrace a universal code of ethics and apply it everywhere they operate around the world.

AI Isn’t Neutral

Professionals must be aware of machine-learning algorithms’ potential biases to overcome AI’s ethical challenges.
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The Art of Ethics

IMA is committed to the highest ethical practices. Members have several resources to draw on to master the art of ethics.

Trust as a Constant

The need for trust in business hasn’t changed over time—another. reason to ensure it remains at the core of business values.

Hiring Ethical Employees

Having the right skills and experience isn’t enough. Hiring managers also want to see integrity and honesty in a candidate.


IMA® conducted a survey to find out how companies are making it safer for employees to report unethical and fraudulent behavior.


Banks and finance companies receive large fines for unethical actions, but very few people go to jail for participating.