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High Vacancies and Low Morale: Culture Challenges at the UK’s FCA

High Vacancies and Low Morale: Culture Challenges at the UK’s FCA

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Observations

Among its global peers, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been at the fore in asserting the importance of firm culture. Seen as shaping outcomes for the 50,000 firms it oversees — and for their stakeholders — the FCA in recent years elevated firm culture as a matter that warrants supervisory attention. In this regard, employee sentiment has been of particular interest.

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