Risk culture in financial organisations: an interim report
Simon Ashby (),
Tommaso Palermo and
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This report which was published by CARR and the University of Plymouth, explores the issue of how financial institutions are increasingly investing in programmes to understand and manage their risk cultures. Despite near universal agreement that the organisational risk culture of banks and other financial institutions (BOFIs) played a major role in the global financial crisis this report has found that there is still no clear consensus on how such risk cultures can be effectively managed.
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