The Values of SPRINKLY PARTNERS find their roots in the following text.
"Financial innovation has sacrificed business ethics on the altar of extraordinary profit. The reconfiguration of the international financial system should ensure transparency of incentive business leaders mechanisms. As recently said Joseph Stiglitz, the new framework must be free of any "perverse incentive for poor accounting practices, myopic behavior and excessive risk taking." Business ethics proceeds of transparency, objectivity, reliability, honesty and prudence. It is these values that allow the financial sector to produce an essential asset for doing business and fulfill its fiduciary responsibilities, namely trust.
Trust is the basic ingredient of the markets and the proper functioning of our societies. This is what allows a household to place their savings in a bank, a company to conduct financial transactions to ensure the production, employment and growth. However, this confidence, we lost, or at least placed in the wrong hands. »