Thomson Reuters: Tracing The True Origins Of Bad Behavior: New Ways To Predict Conduct Risk Exposure

Not a moment too soon: 2014 saw misconduct fines running into billions for the first time, and conduct risk regulators announcing further extensions of powers. Just when good news seemed extinct, new behavioral research1, to be published during 2015, is coming to the rescue of a battered financial sector. The latest research findings offer some very welcome comfort for compliance and risk teams everywhere. These studies, including two now nearing completion in world-leading universities, have

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