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How NatWest's Behavioral Risk Team is Driving Innovation in Its Internal Audit Group

How NatWest's Behavioral Risk Team is Driving Innovation in Its Internal Audit Group

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Jul 29, 2022


In a recent interview published in Forbes, NatWest Internal Audit Group's Alexandra Chesterfield, Head of Behavioural Risk, and Chris Spedding, COO, explained how Chesterfield's team is utilizing behavioral science to innovate in the internal audit function.

"The purpose of the team is to reduce the risk of poor outcomes for the organization and our stakeholders arising from behavioral root causes," Chesterfield said. "The value we provide is to help pre-empt future issues and support the bank’s sustainable growth."

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