Culture & Conduct, News

Senior figures lambast regulators over poor culture and conduct in bruising report

By John Crowley
Andrea Enria (left) and Michelle Bowman. Images via Bloomberg

Supervisors must “practice what they preach” and keep themselves to “similar if not higher standards” when they hold banks to account over culture and conduct, concludes a major industry report.

Dozens of leading central bankers and standard-setters have laid bare their concerns over rotten culture, accountability and a ...

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