Tuesday, March 19, 2019
12:00pm – 1:30pm
Joukowsky Forum, 111 Thayer St., Watson Institute
Ten years after the global financial crisis, trust in banks remains low. The industry has continued to be dogged by failures of corporate culture, conduct, and governance. Fundamentally, getting culture and conduct right is not merely a supervisory requirement. Rather, it needs to become a permanent, fundamental, and integral part of how business is invariably done. The Group of Thirty’s (G30) report on Conduct and Culture in Banking seeks to push finance to reform its culture. But can it do so? This panel attempts to answer this question.
For a pdf of the Group of Thirty report on Banking Conduct and Culture please click here: G30 BCC report