Culture & Conduct

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 20: Reform UK honorary president Nigel Farage listens during a party press conference on March 20, 2023 in London, England. Reform UK was founded in 2018 as the Brexit Party, advocating for a "no-deal" exit from the European Union. It later rebranded as Reform UK. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
Culture & Conduct, Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
August 21, 2023

Rep risk lessons from the Farage ‘de-banking’ affair

The recent Nigel Farage de-banking case teaches an important lesson about reputational risk management. Now that the dust has settled...
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Emojis are seen displayed on MacBook Pro touchbar in this illustration photo taken in Krakow, Poland on April 13, 2022. (Photo Illustration by Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter, Regulation & Supervision
August 18, 2023

Editor’s letter: Your weekly news round-up

Welcome to Banking Risk & Regulation’s weekly round-up newsletter. What are your weekend plans? A trip to the 🏖️, time with ‍‍‍,...
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Culture & Conduct, Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
August 16, 2023

Why regulators are turning the tide on 😱🤨😬 in business comms

Would you send a 😃 in an email to the regulator? It could come across as friendly, or be seen...
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Culture & Conduct, Digital & Resilience, Editor's letter, Governance & Reporting, Regulation & Supervision
August 15, 2023

Editor's letter: China hits banks with data rules

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter. Banks have just nine more days to respond to a People's Bank of...
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Culture & Conduct, Governance, Regulation & Supervision
August 9, 2023

Farage fallout reveals ‘failures’ in banks’ first line of defence

Shoddy first lines of defence and lax processes on reputation risk committees are undermining their original purpose — to protect...
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Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter, Operational Resilience
August 8, 2023

Editor's letter: Why banks could face another Archegos blow-up

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter.  European regulators are grappling with the growing risk of cyber attacks...
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Culture & Conduct, Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
August 7, 2023

Credit Suisse ‘headline’ fine glosses over underlying equity financing risk

At first glance, the $387m of fines imposed on Credit Suisse ought to draw a line under the Archegos scandal...
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Ulrich Koerner, chief executive officer of Credit Suisse Group AG, during a Bloomberg Television interview in London, UK, on Tuesday, March 14, 2023. Credit Suisse saw client inflows on Monday, as markets were thrown into turmoil after the collapse of multiple regional US banks, Koerner said. Photographer: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg
Analysis, Culture & Conduct, Governance & Reporting
August 2, 2023

How to clean up a bank in 120 days

UBS has just 120 days to bring its problem child, Credit Suisse, into line as it is forced to comply...
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Culture & Conduct, Digital Transformation, Editor's letter
July 26, 2023

Editor’s letter: NatWest’s Alison Rose on ‘all the facts’

Welcome to Banking Risk & Regulation. NatWest CEO Alison Rose’s resignation after admitting she briefed a BBC journalist inaccurately about Nigel...
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Analysis, Culture & Conduct
July 25, 2023

Banks boost horizon scanning for reputational risks

Banks are scrutinising their clients and commercial partners’ culture more closely to mitigate reputational risk, after cutting ties with disgraced...
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Analysis, Culture & Conduct, Operational Resilience
July 20, 2023

WFH puts bankers at risk of culture drift

The risk of slow cultural drift is worrying experts, as working from home becomes so popular that banks downsize their...
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