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WFH cuts risk of traders misbehaving

By Chris Firth, Douglas Cumming, John Gathergood, Neil Stewart
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A new study shows a significant drop in securities misconduct among traders working from home, suggesting solo work minimises collusion among colleagues. The new study comes as senior risk management weighs up how to adapt to an increasingly home-based workforce. 

The risks of working from home

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