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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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Reshaping Conduct and Risk Culture in Banking

(Note:  the thoughts below are drawn from a keynote address and workshop I will be giving in Sydney, Australia on October 12th to the Culture and Conduct in Financial Services Conference.) Between 2008 and 2015 the global financial services sector … Continue reading

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The Blind Leading the Blind: Conduct Risk in Financial Services

The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.  ~Helen Keller My first historical novel (Almost Perfect) I wrote while living in a stone Chateau in the South of France in the middle of Cathar Country. … Continue reading

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