This free to watch webinar on how regulators and organisations are looking at culture, the connection to litigation risk, and how companies are managing this was part of the virtual conference Managing Risk and Litigation that took place on the 18-19 November.
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Businesses are having to operate in a global environment of heightened regulatory accountability and scrutiny, with regulators increasingly focusing on cultural change and on issues that only a few years ago would not have been seen as a regulatory priority area.
Despite the fact that most businesses operate in an environment of rules and principles, this hasn’t delivered better outcomes so perhaps dealing with the root cause of bad behaviour, culture and conduct, is the way forward. The temptation for organizations is to only look at how to fix the problems, instead of what is actually causing them.
This session aims to shed some light on how regulators and organisations are looking at culture, the connection to litigation risk, and how companies are managing this.
- The role of regulation in corporate culture: can a rulebook dictate culture?
- Why do regulators care about culture and can they influence this through their policies?
- Is the regulatory focus on culture leading to a reluctance to take responsibility?
- Tepo Din, EMEA Head of Litigation, Enforcement and Investigations, BNY Mellon
- Christine Moran, Global Lead for Conduct Risk, State Street
- David Abbotts, Former Global Head of Regulatory Compliance, Legal, Conduct and Culture Audit, HSBC