Ethical Decision Making

  • 24 January 2022
  • CPD Event
Event details
This is the first webcast in our four month long resource series, entitled, Leaderships for all. 
A collaborative series held between the Chartered Banker Institute and Nicholas Boyle of Storm 7 Coaching. 


It is time to re-think what leadership means. Historically, the perception of leadership is that it only applies to a few individuals with seniority status within an organisation. The role of said leader was to provide guidance and direction to a team.

Many conversations have centered around ‘leadership styles’ and how leaders can lead effectively. In our Leadership for all series, our range of podcasts, webcasts and blogs will explore how everyone can adopt key aspects of leadership within their roles daily.

In partnership with Nicholas Boyle, Academic Associate and Director of Storm 7 Coaching, we are delighted to share our ‘Leadership for all’ series. Each month, a new topic will be explored, delving into key subjects within the banking sector, with insight from a wide range of experts.

- Ethical decision making
- The impact of AI
- Making sustainable choices
- Vulnerable customers

During this webcast, our Chair and panel will discuss how aspects of leadership can be implemented towards Ethical decision making, at every level.

Topics will include; 

  • How can all staff in the Banks get better at pinpointing the ethical dilemma?
  • What are the factors that stop people from making ethical decisions?
  • What role does intuition play in Ethical Decision Making?


Nicholas Boyle

Nicholas Boyle

Storm 7 Coaching | Academic Associate and Director

Nicholas Boyle is a highly successful Leader, Facilitator, Accredited Professional Executive Coach (AC) and Speaker with an absolute drive to deliver excellence for Customers. Specialising in cultural and behavioural change through supporting Leaders develop phenomenal Leadership principles. With a history of personal success in Performance, People Leadership and Business Development spanning the Retail, Small Business as well as Corporate environments.


Alex Borland

Alex Borland

Royal Bank of Scotland | Relationship Director


Having set out to become an accountant, Alex moved into Banking, where he has now been with Royal Bank of Scotland for 22 years, the last 12 years of which have been in the Corporate & Commercial Banking division, based in Glasgow.

Alex looks after businesses in various sectors, predominately the Hospitality and Leisure sector, but also coves the Construction and Engineering sectors as other examples.  

A qualified Chartered Banker who has also recently qualified as a Green and Sustainable Finance Professional with the Chartered Banker Institute as well.

Ed Patrick Guño

Ed Patrick Guño

Asia School of Business | MBA Candidate | Financial Markets | Sustainability


 Ed has over 8 years of experience in the financial services industry bridging the gap between treasury and financial reporting. He was a resource person in crafting financial solutions for clients involving risk management and financial accounting at Metropolitan Bank and Trust Co. At the bank, he held roles as a treasury sales professional, derivatives structurer, and financial analyst. Prior to his banking experience, Ed was a financial auditor and risk management advisor at Ernst and Young Manila.

Passionate about public speaking and teaching, Ed had the opportunity to give back to the next generation of finance professionals and experienced it best when he became a part-time faculty at Far Eastern University.

He joined ASB to strengthen his business acumen through the global education and experiential learning the school offers. 

   Karen Greenall

Karen Greenall

Aldermore Bank | Head of Performance & Development


Karen is a professional and executive coach and a leader. Her goal is to support clients and colleagues at an enterprise and business level to have brilliant ideas, to be their best and to make decisions that are as straightforward as possible.  Karen's career has been centred on Financial Services with roles in Commercial and Retail Banking, she also has experience leading and partnering with a wide range of companies. As a leader of change within a business, Karen understands the impact that growth can have on values, beliefs and attitude.  



Date & Schedule

Monday 24 January 2022

12:00 - 13:00 GMT


To register, please click here.

If you experience any difficulties please email [email protected] 

CPD requirement
Attending this event counts towards Chartered Banker Institute members’ annual CPD requirement (1 hour).