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An Invitation – Panel Presentation – Bank Culture Reform & Behavioural Science

news published date 8 June 2018
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The banking industry and regulators are using behavioral science tools to help improve the ethical cultures of financial services firms on a worldwide basis. At a recent Thomson Reuters forum in New York, regulators and industry leaders discussed how behavioural methods from fields such as organisational psychology are being combined with sophisticated technology to fight misconduct and encourage ethical cultures.

“Following the enthusiastic response in New York, financial professionals will have a chance to join the discussion in London on Thursday, June 28. This practical real-world conversation will examine the progress in cultural reform, with a particular focus on the tricky issue of cultural metrics and behavioural science.

Topics include: ï‚·

Enforcement culture: has it been effective in curbing misbehaviour? ï‚·

Employee surveillance and monitoring: how much is too much? ï‚·

Data science and predictive analytics: what are banks doing? ï‚·

Building trust with employees: can behavioural science help re-establish trust? ï‚·

Regulatory view: role of bank supervisors in cultural reform


Wieke Scholten, Head of Audit for Behavioural Risk, RBS ï‚·

Ruth Wandhofer, Global Head Regulatory, Market & Innovation Strategy, Citi ï‚·

Orlando Ruiz Fernandez, Technical Specialist: Governance, System and Controls, Bank of England ï‚·

Alex Viall, Head of Regulatory Intelligence, Behavox

Event Moderator ï‚·

David Curran, Global Director of Risk and Compliance, Thomson Reuters

Event Details

When: Thursday, June 28th 8:00 – 11:00 am BST
Where: Thomson Reuters 30 S. Colonnade Canary Wharf London E14 5EP

You can register now vis the Thomson Reuters website