Non-financial misconduct 'clear example' of unhealthy culture - FCA

‘Still further to go’

Sophie King
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"We need to think carefully about how to deliver change in our organisations, taking account of how society and the work is changing" - the FCA's Nausicaa Delfas.
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"We need to think carefully about how to deliver change in our organisations, taking account of how society and the work is changing" - the FCA's Nausicaa Delfas.

Tolerance of misconduct within financial services businesses would be a "clear example of a driver of unhealthy culture", Nausicaa Delfas told delegates at the Women in Finance Summit 2019.

In her speech, Delfas (pictured) said non-financial misconduct - serious personal misbehaviour, bullying, sexual discrimination or misconduct - had been an emerging theme over the last year or so. The...

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