Analysis, Culture & Conduct, Operational Resilience

WFH puts bankers at risk of culture drift

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

HSBC will leave its Canary Wharf offices soon, a major signal from the banking sector that Jamie Dimon-style scoldings about staff working from home are cooling ...

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