Tag Archives: banking fraud

Compliance, Risk, Conduct and Culture in Financial Services

“We simply do not know if we have the tools to change the banking culture.”  Lord Turner, UK FSA Chairman This blog is part of  a larger keynote address to the Conduct and Culture in Financial Services Conference, to be … Continue reading

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Culture Change is not an initiative . . .

“When the rate of change on the outside is greater than the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.”   ~Jack Welch There is a huge misconception at all levels of the business world that culture change … Continue reading

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Something’s “fishy” in big banks . . .

Everyone has heard the old saying: “A fish rots from the head first!”  In the business world we have a similar expression: “Organisations are shadows of their leaders; that’s the good news and the bad news!  If there is integrity … Continue reading

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