|DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION UNDERSTAND CONDUCT RISK?|
Both regulators and financial services firms globally are struggling with concepts such as what is a “good” risk culture, and how “conduct risk” can be best defined. This whitepaper looks at recent regulatory trends around risk culture and conduct risk, and explores new thinking around behavioral control issues. The author asks what firms and regulators are really seeking to achieve, and if the current approach will really deliver against those goals.
Issues discussed include:
- Why are regulators focusing on using traditional tactics for this new discipline?
- Do behavioral-control interventions work?
- Why do workplace teams behave differently than individuals in a set of circumstances?
- Can behavior be measured?
- Are organizations creating situations in which rule-breaking is self-justifying?
Download Thomson Reuters’whitepaper, “Risk Culture and Conduct Control: Time for a More Enlightened Approach”.