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Thomson Reuters Culture and Conduct Risk Survey 2016/17

Thomson Reuters Culture and Conduct Risk Survey 2016/17

This is Thomson Reuters’ forth annual survey, focusing on how financial services firms are managing conduct risk has identified distinct industry wide trends against which firms can benchmark their own progress. Last year, compliance and risk practitioners from more than 260 financial services firms across the world, including banks, brokers, asset managers and insurers took part in the survey. This year the expectation is for a higher figure of participants.

Please click on the link below to participate now in the Thomson Reuters Culture and Conduct Risk Survey 2016/17 (open in a new browser window):

In case you’re interested, you can also access and download the Thomson Reuters Culture and Conduct Risk Report from 2015/2016 by clicking the image below:

Conduct Risk Report 2015/16

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