We noted in last year’s report that a focus on the management and supervision of culture and conduct risk issues had begun to overlap with an increased focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations among investors. This stands to reason: many of the factors regarding corporate culture and ESG performance that matter to investors are similar, if not the same, as those in which regulators take interest when considering ...cont
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