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Credibility International’s Tim Hart Discusses Financial Services Broken Promises

February 14, 2012

Washington, DC, February 14, 2012: Leading forensic accountant, Tim Hart, President and founder of Credibility International, will speak at the University of Notre Dame’s Ethics Week on Thursday February 16, 2012 between 1230-130pm. Hart is a former student of Notre Dame.

Hart’s topic is “Financial Services – The Broken Promises”. Other speakers include Tom Cosimano, finance professor, University of Notre Dame, Randall Raciti, principal and financial adviser, The Healy Group, South Bend, and Chris Murphy, chairman, 1st Source Bank, South Bend.

The free talks will be held in Giovanini Commons in the Mendoza College of Business.

“It is an honor to be invited to speak at my alma mater on the topic of ethics,” said Tim Hart, President and found of Credibility International. “My decades of global experience as a forensic accountant performing financial investigations, assessing damages in large disputes and advising clients with insolvency situations has provided me with a unique perspective on the financial services industry.”

“When things have gone terribly wrong, I have seen the results first hand and have been asked to help find the root causes. With the top ranked Mendoza School of Business at Notre Dame having a very international focus, I look forward to sharing both my domestic and international experiences with the students and faculty on the critical topic of ethics in business.

For more information about the talks, contact Professor Ken Milani, Mendoza College of Business. Contact Tim Hart at http://www.credibilityinternational.com

About Credibility International

Credibility International is a team of forensic accountants and independent arbitration experts. Based in Washington DC, the company works internationally in a variety of jurisdictions. Practice areas include damages, investigations and solvency. The company has partners with many years of experience from the biggest firms in the industry. Visit http://www.credibilityinternational.com for more information.