Tag Archives: Internal Controls

Bank Risk Culture: Why Leadership At The Top Is Single Biggest Source Of Risk

The following is the fifth in a series of articles on bank risk culture. The previous articles can be accessed here or by clicking the HOME tab on the blog.

No discussion of risk and culture is complete without examining the role of leadership in defining both. This week’s article will demonstrate that poor leadership is the single biggest source of risk to an institution. It is also a source of risk which no amount of risk management or focus on risk culture can overcome. Continue reading

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Banks, Governments And Regulators Must Define Culture Before They Can Change It

Changing the culture of banks is a difficult task. However, given that the parties involved in making that change; banks, governments and regulators, are yet to define what it is they are trying to change, it makes their task not only difficult but practically impossible. Continue reading

Interview with Jonathan Ledwidge

The following interview with Jonathan Ledwidge on the newly published book, Clearing The Bull, was posted in the Cass Business School Alumni magazine.

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