Analysis, Culture & Conduct

Surveillance tightens amid banks’ concerns over culture and conduct

By Ellesheva Kissin
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Banks are ramping up staff surveillance measures — even asking staff to turn in their personal phones for checks — as regulatory fines become a larger threat, insiders say.

Just last week, JPMorgan Chase was fined $348.2m by the Federal Reserve and the Office of the Comptroller of ...

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