Speaking

 

“Good Ethical Decision Making” (2016)

“Guidelines to resolve ethical dilemmas in Banking” (2016)

Gifts, corruption and philanthropy: ambiguous gift practices (2015)

“A quest for good reputation” (2014)

Corruption, Contracts, Trust and Relationships (2012)

Risk Management, Governance and Ethics in Business (2008)

 

Other talks by Peter Verhezen

Good Corporate Governance the Foundation of Doing Business – Visiting Associate Professor Peter Verhezen

Indonesian businesses shake bad reputation by Peter Verhezen (2012):

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-08-30/an-indonesia-cleans-up-corporate-governance/4234248

http://mediadownload.unimelb.edu.au/media/mp3/upclose/128kbps/upclose_ep156_20110819_128kbps.mp3

http://apo.org.au/audio/guanxi-telling-apart-gifts-bribes-when-doing-business-asia

Corruption, contract, trust and relationships by UniMelb Visiting A/Professor Peter Verhezen

https://www.graduatehouse.com.au/2015/02/peter-verhezen-gifts-corruption-and-philanthropy-in-an-ambiguous-world/

 

 

Peter Verhezen has been a guest speaker at numerous institutions, universities, to name a few:

The Financial Club in Jakarta
l’Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech or ENPC MBA Paris (France)
Allianz (Belgium)
CastleAsia CEO luncheon in Jakarta
Fudan University in Shanghai (China)
CEIBS (China)
Banking Institute (Hanoi-Vietnam)
Singaporean Bank Association in Singapore
Lembaga Institute at the University of Indonesia
Gaja Mada University (Yogjakarta – Indonesia)
Atma Jaya University (Jakarta - Indonesia)
Institut Technologi Bandung (Indonesia)
Harvard Kennedy School (Cambridge USA)
Oxford University
The Economist Forum in Jakarta
Australian Embassy in Jakarta
Binus Business School (Indonesia)
University of South Australia – Adelaide (Australia)
Canberra University (Australia)
RMIT (Melbourne - Australia)
Hong Kong University
Stockholm Business School (Sweden)
ANZ Bank Melbourne (Australia)
INSEAD Singapore
Twente University (The Netherlands)
City University of Hong Kong
Business Week Leadership Forum in Hong Kong
Trisakti University (Jakarta-Indonesia)
Corvinus University of Economics (Budapest-Hungary)
World Bank HQ (Washington – USA)

 

Testimonials

Reactions to his sessions for AICD:

  • “Thanks a lot for your brilliant facilitation at the company directors course, as a facilitator myself, always something to learn and really enjoyed it.” Olaf (Hong Kong, Newstate Consulting and Coaching) – AICD / Febr 2016
  • “Hi Peter – an appreciative thank you for the day yesterday. Your knowledge, passion and ability to engage the group help me gain a better grasp of what it takes to be a valuable director and a framework for setting the right behaviors. I do hope we have the opportunity to meet again.” Grant Watt (Director Microsoft Asia Pacific) - AICD / Sept 2015
  • “Thank you very much for your lecture at AMS. It was very inspiring to listen to someone who shares with us good and bad decisions of a real business life instead of formulas from another professor’s ivory tower.” Tim Gierling (participant at AMS Business School, April 2015)

Ex-students at the University of Melbourne:

  • “You're hands down the best lecturer/professor I've ever had the honour of studying for…(at the University of Melbourne).” Linda Owerstrom (Byron Bay-Sydney, co Founder NOVA Australia) - Dec 2015

Feedback on AICD Sessions in Singapore May 2015:

  • “Peter's facilitation was very energetic with some fantastic anecdotes and examples and kept me and no doubt the rest of the class very engaged. I could feel that he was only dipping into his vast experience commercially and academically and the time just flew by. Well done.”
  • “Peter sharing his vast Insight and experiences from his years conducting business in Asia. He has also introduced theories and studies that were relevant and applicable to real business cases.”
  • “Practical application Cultural application. The link to the Asian context and the realities of the region specific behaviors of boards, directors and business.”
  • “What I will remember: The stories that Peter delivered from his vast experience that things are not always black and white but often gray in an Asian context. “

Some testimonials of students at the University of Antwerp in December 2015:

  • “The professor made business in emerging markets look very easy because he explained it well with a lot of examples and cases.”
  • “Professor has enormous knowledege about the subject, he provided lots of valuable information and run the course in a very interesting way. The course was the best from all which I chose in Antwerp.”
  • “The teacher had a lot of knowledge and she provided it well. I liked the way the course had different presentations. World Class Lecturer with excellent knowledge and enthusiasm.”
  • “Very nice practical insights turns the theoretical content more tangible “
  • “Excellent lecturer and a very inspiring person! “
  • “ Excellent Professor, very passionate and approachable. Excellent teaching method “
  • “The professor is able to catch the attention of students, many videos were shown in order to emphasize the content. In total one of the best classes in my studies I had so far.”