Governance

Corporate governance
Analysis, Governance
February 1, 2024

Explainer: UK banks caught by new corporate governance code

Banks welcome watering down of proposals but boards must still monitor culture
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penalty discount
Analysis, Governance & Reporting
January 16, 2024

PRA poised to reveal details of new penalty discount scheme

But banks and lawyers are wary of the regulator’s seemingly juicy offer
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corporate transparency
Analysis, Governance & Reporting
January 8, 2024

Corporate transparency kicks off in the US

Banks’ compliance teams can now access beefed-up corporate register for due diligence
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Climate, Culture & Conduct, Opinion
December 12, 2023

Risk round-up: What developments in UK banking litigation can we expect in 2024?

As part of our end-of-year series, what’s next on the litigation landscape
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Culture & Conduct, Opinion
December 4, 2023

How to avoid an FDIC-style misconduct inquiry 

Maintaining good culture is especially important when you’re tasked to uphold it
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Analysis, Governance & Reporting
November 23, 2023

The FCA’s shadowy watchlist — and why Metro Bank is on it

Regulator can instruct an officer to listen in on Metro Bank’s meetings
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Culture & Conduct, Opinion
October 30, 2023

Banks are becoming moral arbiters

Stalking your ex can end up on your file, even if unproven
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Culture & Conduct, News
October 23, 2023

Hong Kong’s finance hub status threatened by brain drain

Nearly three-quarters of businesses are short on talent after staff exodus
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City of London
Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter
October 20, 2023

Editor's letter: Your weekly digest

Risk hiring, tackling bullying complaints and more. Our round-up of the week’s news
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Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter
October 17, 2023

Editor's letter: Are you a tough boss or really a bully?

When is bad management non-financial misconduct? Read more in our Tuesday newsletter
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Culture & Conduct, Opinion
October 16, 2023

When one person’s robust management style becomes another’s bullying

When one person’s robust management style is interpreted as non-financial misconduct
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