What Does a Conduct Regulator Consider to be Misconduct?

What Does a Conduct Regulator Consider to be Misconduct?

In this video, Roger identifies the clear impacts associated with not risk-managing misconduct, and then inverts these same group of risks to build capital value and resilience within your business.
Overview

Misconduct comes in two forms; financial misconduct and non-financial misconduct. If these are not appropriately managed, in the long-run they impose heavy costs on your business. As a result, it is essential that businesses ensure an environment of psychological safety, corporate purpose and cognitive diversity. Firms who get these factors right, are always more successful in the long-run than those who ignore, or undervalue them.

Key learning objectives:

  • What are the two key forms of misconduct

  • What are the different impacts of these misconducts on your business?

  • What are the new set of indicators that conduct/culture regulators use to identify business health?

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