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Active engaged governance or just going through the motions?

Should banking regulators seek to supervise culture in the same rigorous way they assess liquidity or balance sheet risks. Not everyone is persuaded. After all, culture isn’t quite as concrete and doesn’t lend itself to the world of spreadsheets and models. But it’s harder to complain about a supervisory review

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Stopping the rot – 10 tips for addressing conflicts of interest

The recent IMF Working paper “Good Supervision: Lessons from the Field” considered the impact of supervision on recent bank failures, and identified the need for supervisors to be assertive, timely and prompt in decision-making to deliver meaningful intervention. No surprise then that in the FCA’s recent Dear CEO letter for

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