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Accountability Regimes: Will they succeed in changing behavior and culture in banking?

Accountability Regimes: Will they succeed in changing behavior and culture in banking?

by Ciaran Walker

Consultant, Eversheds Sutherland

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The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) has been in place in the UK since 2016. It has provided a model for the subsequent introduction of new individual accountability regimes in Hong Kong (the Manager-in-Charge regime, 2016), Australia (the Banking Executive Accountability Regime, 2018, soon to be replaced by a more extensive Financial Accountability Regime), and Singapore (Guidelines on individual accountability and conduct, 2021), ... (cont)

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