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Financial institutions to take greater accountability in new FCA regime

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Employees at banking and other financial institutions are now subject to greater levels of personal accountability in a new regime recently rolled out by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Since 7th March (insurers have been subject to the new regime since 1st January) it has become much easier for regulators to hold senior executives accountable […] ...

What’s in a name?

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Your name – the very root of your identity – is causing problems within job applications. We’ve all become completely accustomed to promoting equality when it comes to race, age, gender and ethnicity during recruitment. But now it seems that even a candidate’s name can potentially lead to discrimination. In October David Cameron quoted research […] ...

What is your corporate reputation worth?

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“It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.” Benjamin Franklin Putting a price on your corporate reputation is tricky. After all, reputation isn’t really something tangible. It’s largely formed of a set of beliefs or opinions. Positive, or negative. Some might be based on hard […] ...

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