1. Blog

    Welcome to the Conduct Costs Project Blog

    • Image
    • folder
      • folder
        • Name
        • Date
        • Tags
      • Text
      • _social_list_
    • Text Sophie Thurner writes on recent changes and developments at the Banking Standards Board as it continues its inaugural year as the body mandated to promote standards of competence and ethics in the banking industry. Click here to read this commentary in full.
    • Date 2015-01-02 00:00:00 +0000
      Tags
      • Contributors
      Text Last week a historic settlement was signed, between the American Authorities and Bank Leumi Le-Israel, the second largest bank in Israel. The settlement (a deferred prosecution agreement) relates to events that took place in 2000-2010, in which Bank Leumi and its subsidiaries (particularly in Switzerland) assisted their American customers to evade payment of taxes. Under the settlement, the...
    • Date 2014-07-21 00:00:00 +0100
      Tags
      • Conduct Costs Project
      • Contributors
      Text Hugh D Bryant Reader (Licensed Lay Minister) in the Church of England; former Solicitor and Marine Underwriter Roger McCormick and his colleagues in what is to become the ‘CCP Foundation’ have produced research which shows that fines and damages paid and estimated for misconduct, in the 10 banks which they have studied, in the last 5 years have amounted to £157 billion worldwide. In...
    • Date 2014-01-10 00:00:00 +0000
      Tags
      • Contributors
      Text Professor 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,...
    • Date 2014-01-06 00:00:00 +0000
      Tags
      • Contributors
      Text Alexander 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...
  1. The CCP Research Foundation is a new, independent social enterprise vehicle, set up to foster and support a new generation of research projects on the theme of "Conduct, Culture and People."  

Powered by: TextoVirtual.com