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    • TextChristopher Stears Lead Research Analyst, Conduct Costs Project, LSE and Candidate for PhD, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies The disparate backgrounds, interests and incentives evident amongst individuals working within global financial institutions will cause the greatest difficulty in engineering an appropriate culture or more specifically, controlling behaviour and promoting 'good'...
    • Date2014-02-10 00:00:00 +0000
        TextAttached is the Consultation Paper of the Banking Standards Review, published today.
      • Date2014-01-13 00:00:00 +0000
          TextAs we developed our research programme for the first phase of this project, our working definition of Conduct Costs evolved, informally, as the experience of research brought up various questions for "in or out" decisions. The working definition is reflected in the Overview of the Project set out in this blog.  Defining Conduct Costs is important because one of our objectives, as regular...
        • Date2014-01-10 00:00:00 +0000
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          TextProfessor Garry Honey is founder of the governance and reputation risk consultancy Chiron (www.chiron.uk.net) and author of A Short Guide to Reputation Risk. John Thirlwell is an independent board advisor on risk management and regulation and co-author of Mastering Operational Risk (www.johnthirlwell.co.uk). It is currently very fashionable to talk of culture change within banking,...
        • Date2014-01-06 00:00:00 +0000
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          TextAlexander Abedine 2013 MSc Candidate, LSE Department of Economic History In the Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance (2006), George Stansfield, General Counsel for the French investment conglomerate the AXA Group, asserts that: “Reputation is an amorphous concept.  It can change over time (for better or for worse).  It is difficult to define.  It is difficult, if not impossible, to value.”<a...
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