Global Conduct Regulation

Global Conduct Regulation

Roger describes conduct regulation around the world by listing some examples of regulators and their individual approaches to protecting customer interests.
Overview

Conduct regulation is a practice meant to hold banks and financial institutions responsible for their actions. In the video “Conduct 101”, the rules and attributes of how conduct is regulated is discussed to provide a deeper insight into why conduct regulation was introduced in the first place. After the Global Financial Meltdown in 2008, conduct regulation started to become extremely prevalent across the world.

Key learning objectives:

  • Know the multitude of ways that regulators measure conduct

  • Understand which financial institutions are the leaders in conduct regulation

  • Explain why conduct regulation was created and why it is a popular policy amongst citizens

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