Posted by Larry Doyle on July 19, 2013 11:02 AM |
I love when my blog attracts comments from people who share riveting insights and perspectives of real world experiences that can help others who might navigate to these parts.
Not that all — or at least most — of the comments left here are not valuable but some truly stand out.
One left here just yesterday in reaction to my recent commentary, Wall Street: Culture of Silence, confirmed much of what I believe and also highlighted an organization that might be of very real service to those who have information of improprieties but do not know where to turn or what to do.
We are in full agreement with you on ‘this front’. “We are seeing a culture of silence”, the calm before the storm.
Surely there are some employees at Wall Street who have a moral compass?
If so, we have a neutral third party service, a confidential and anonymous open door policy, for anyone who wants to come in from the cold and release their burden.
For those who are thinking about blowing the whistle, take a watch and listen:
Might Mr. Snowden have wanted to reach out to this organization? I am not saying that the NSA would have been pleased to learn what Snowden might have shared via International Whistleblowers — very likely not — but that process in and of itself might be a fabulous learning experience for the whistleblower and allow him/her to further determine what to do.
I have no business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. The opinions expressed are my own. I am a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.