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The Dharma of Capitalism: A Guide to Mindful Decision-Making in the Business of Life Hardcover – November 1, 2010
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With such pure values, he sets out into the business World, but soon realises how different the World of business is, this causes him to question his values to others motives. Thereafter, his own journey to set a mark in the World, not by stepping on anyone's head or stabbing people in the back, but with the eyes of a higher vision and by helping others, where common sense law is not required to be enforced or see less poverty on the streets.
This book is an honest, open view of every professionals introduction into the Western World of business, this book reignites the passion lying dormant within every professional today, the original values and philosophy they set foot within the business World, the desire of service. Such values that have been diluted by the constant association of greed and ignorance.
"Even though Warren Buffet had warned us on the Derivative markets, as a society we all carried on trading multi-trillion U.S. Dollars until the last recession made us realise our own ignorance as a society. ["derivatives are financial weapons of mass destruction," Warren Buffet]"
This book re-writes a new `code of conduct' or `code of ethics' with view of true responsibility, more process conscious and out-comes focused. Where business decisions are made in full knowledge rather than a `knee-jerk' reaction.
As a compliance professional within the financial sector, I have written such policies and procedures, that set organisational systems and controls as a consultant, employee and advisor to Directors, CEO's and Senior Management of many businesses across the financial sector.
As a leadership trainer and advisor to leaders around the world, (including Governmental bodies and other organisations in the financial sector). I have experienced many questions asked by such leaders of organisations where often they have been stuck between their own profits and the regulatory requirements.
When working within the police as a Anti-Money Laundering (AML) investigator, I have often worked with regulators and the Crown Prosecution Service in delivering such greed to justice. This book highlights the reason behind legislation being initiated, such as FATF (Financial Action Task force), JMLSG (Joint Money Laundering Steering Group), EU Directive, MLR (Money laundering regulations) 2007, Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) 2002 .... and so on....
I therefore speak with the experience when I state, Nitesh Gor has provided a very refreshing concept that is both profound and versatile for business professionals from all walks of life. This book should be placed close to all those who carry out SIF (Significant Influence Functions)and be referred to each time a complex or important decision is due to be made.
This book has the propensity, if followed; can truly provide the answer to a World of peace and abundance.