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.
Enforcement culture: has it been effective in curbing misbehaviour?
Employee surveillance and monitoring: how much is too much?
Data science and predictive analytics: what are banks doing?
Building trust with employees: can behavioural science help re-establish trust?
Regulatory view: role of bank supervisors in cultural reform
Wieke Scholten, Head of Audit for Behavioural Risk, RBS
Ruth Wandhofer, Global Head Regulatory, Market & Innovation Strategy, Citi
Orlando Ruiz Fernandez, Technical Specialist: Governance, System and Controls, Bank of England
Alex Viall, Head of Regulatory Intelligence, Behavox
David Curran, Global Director of Risk and Compliance, Thomson Reuters
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