Earlier this month, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence and TR Legal Managed Services co-hosted with two organizations engaged in corporate and financial services ethics and behavioral science research a “Bank Culture Reform & Behavioral Science Forum” in New York City, attended by more than 115 compliance professionals. The event featured expert panelists representing the regulatory, industry and scientific sectors who addressed the topic.

Recaps of the discussions were recently filed on Reuters Financial Regulatory Forum, including the story titled “Bank Culture Forum: Big Banks Gain More Understanding of Staff Conduct; Lack Common Standards,” which highlights key aspects of the second panel’s interaction with the moderator, one another and the audience.

The below is a recorded interview by Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence between panelist Martin Wheatleyformer Chief Executive, Financial Conduct Authority, U.K. and Alexander Robson, editor-in-chief, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence and Mirea Raaijmakers, Senior Program Manager, Culture Risk Assessment, ING and Randall Mikkelsen, managing editor, North America, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence .

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