The Enron collapse

By Stewart Hamilton and Inna Francis

This case charts the collapse of Enron, examines the role of various parties including senior management, the board and the auditors. It also looks at the complex structures and accounting policies used to artificially inflate both revenues and profits, and to conceal these from shareholders and others. It brings out key learning points on risk management, corporate governance, ethics and controls of a complex enterprise.
KeywordsCorporate Governance, Energy, Energy Trading, Finance
SettingsGlobal
Enron
2001
TypeField Research
Copyright©2003
Available LanguagesEnglish, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese
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