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10/18/16 - Embedding, Monitoring, and Reinforcing Culture and Conduct

Issues related to culture and employee conduct at financial firms continue to lead to high-profile and costly enforcement actions. Financial regulators, which are under mounting pressure to ensure that firms are rooting out these issues, have stressed that corporate culture is an important dimension of sound risk management, ethical behavior, and compliance with regulation and law.

Most firms are pursuing ways to translate corporate values into day-to-day behaviors and embed them throughout all levels of the organization. Please click “Read More” below to read a Sightlines InFocus by Susan Krause Bell, Tim Roberts, and Yoko Otani, “Embedding, Monitoring, and Reinforcing Culture and Conduct,” which offers samples of metrics and indicators that firms can consider in developing systems that support their efforts to maintain the right culture.