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2021 INTRODUCTION | What’s Good for the Goose

2021 INTRODUCTION | What’s Good for the Goose

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

May 17, 2021


“Regulators have been saying consistently that culture shapes conduct,” former FINRA head Rick Ketchum notes. [See also in the article What Happens Next?] “The protections of a strong risk and compliance culture are clearly even more important in the supervisory context today. So, it just stands to reason that, going forward, regulators will pay even more attention to these cultural issues in the current environment.” 

But what’s good for the goose is good for the gander, as the saying goes. Regulators are also coming under scrutiny and are facing questions—from legislators and voters—about the outcomes that they permit to take place on their watch, and how their own cultures contribute to the success or failure they achieve in safeguarding public interests.

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