Here is my dilema... In recent years our President has been instructing bank officers on what they can and can't specifically say to Board Members when attending meetings. It has gotten to the point now, the President just takes our information and presents it the Board, so it will convey the message the President wants them to hear.
Now... the President has a few us working on a very costly project for the bank - we are talking $30,000 to possibly $50,000 by the time we are done. The Board of Directors knows nothing about it - and we are not allowed to mention anything to them about it until everything is in place.
Overall, this project may or may not be worthwhile to the bank, but I am very uncomfortable with how this is all being handled.
Any help would be appreciated!