What Does a Conduct Regulator Consider to be Misconduct?

What Does a Conduct Regulator Consider to be Misconduct?

In this video, Roger identifies the clear impacts associated with not risk-managing misconduct, and then inverts these same group of risks to build capital value and resilience within your business.
Overview

Misconduct comes in two forms; financial misconduct and non-financial misconduct. If these are not appropriately managed, in the long-run they impose heavy costs on your business. As a result, it is essential that businesses ensure an environment of psychological safety, corporate purpose and cognitive diversity. Firms who get these factors right, are always more successful in the long-run than those who ignore, or undervalue them.

Key learning objectives:

  • What are the two key forms of misconduct

  • What are the different impacts of these misconducts on your business?

  • What are the new set of indicators that conduct/culture regulators use to identify business health?

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Roger Miles

Roger Miles

Roger researches behavioural risks in organisations, and advises senior leaders on how best to communicate risk and conduct matters. Previously, Roger ran risk communication programmes for professional bodies and the British Government. He now runs industry-level Academies for Conduct and Culture, and produces workshops with financial firms.

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