Tag Archives: culture

SOCIAL LICENCE, CAPITAL CHARGES AND THE CULTURE-CONDUCT DEBATE

What has the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to do with banks’ capital charges and bank culture?  Perhaps more than might appear at first sight. The connection is a social licence to operate, where an organisation, a project or proposal or a sector of the market has broad social acceptance within the relevant community and amongst […]

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The FCA and the Culture Thing

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been concerned about the culture of financial institutions for some time and ‘culture’ has been a topic on the agenda at visits and review meetings.  Working out quite what the FCA means by ‘culture’ – and what it expected – has been a little harder to discern, but a […]

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Blog 2.0

I’ve just been looking back at old blog entries after a long period without any posts.  I’d intended to delete all of the old entries and start afresh, assuming that they’d all be out of date. To an extent, they are and my assumption was correct, but what struck me is that topics I was […]

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