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Public-Private Partnership

If we aim for a new means by which to govern and supervise culture and conduct risks, a dialogue must be convened that brings regulators, firms, technologists, academic experts, and other stakeholders together in public-private partnership. Current events should make the need for such collective action amply evident.

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An Interview with Randal Quarles

by Randal Quarles


Jun 07, 2023

As the founder and chairman of an asset management firm, and a serial investor in a variety of financial companies, I’m keenly aware that the most important aspect of a high-performing firm is its culture, and that building and maintaining a strong culture focused on making a fair long-term profit is probably the single most important task of a financial firm’s leadership.

The 2023 Compendium is available now!

Now in its 6th year, Starling's Compendium features over 40 contributors from across the industry as well as detailed analysis of the latest trends in culture & conduct risk supervision.

Establishing a Regtech Ecosystem

by Starling Insights


Oct 10, 2022

In a recent paper discussing the adoption of regtech and suptech solutions, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) advocated for an ecosystemic approach engaging all stakeholders: regulators, regulated entities, technologists, academics, and more.