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Reuters: The communication compliance consequences of hybrid working

Stacey English, Honorary Fellow of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored this article about the communication compliance consequences of hybrid working. While government regulators may be geographically neutral, all compliance and security controls must…

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Beware the grey areas: how to create banking standards for good market practice

It’s no secret that banking has had to clean up its act, and quickly. The culture of the industry has been severely criticised – yet with no baseline standards in place it has been tricky to define what “good behaviour”…

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Slippery slope

Compliance alone is not always best company policy, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by David De Cremer. Compliance rules alone don’t breed reform to corporate culture, so companies should institute policies based on awareness and forgiveness in order to…

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Does trust equal profit?

If leaders truly want to ensure their customers have faith in their business, it's time for compliance to come out of the back office and be part of a top-down strategy. It says something for the beleaguered state of the…

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Financial News: A conduct case study: Barclays bankers go back to school

Cambridge Judge Business School and Barclays Bank have established the first executive education academy in excellence in compliance in July last year. More than 1,500 Barclays compliance staff have attended the Cambridge-Barclays Compliance Career Academy so far. The training focuses…

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Seven questions every compliance team should be asking their back office

Richard Hill, Executive Director for CJBS's Centre for Compliance and Trust, outlines seven key questions compliance officers should be asking of their colleagues, their bosses – and themselves. 1. What does our business actually do? This is the key, absolutely…

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Cambridge Network: Centre for Compliance and Trust focuses on impact and practicality

Cambridge Judge Business School’s  Executive Education launched a new Centre for Compliance & Trust aimed at the banking and finance industry. The Centre’s Executive Director, Richard Hill, shares some of the vision. Read the full article []…

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Building a Centre with impact

As CJBS Executive Education launches the Centre for Compliance & Trust, the Centre's Executive Director, Richard Hill, shares some of the vision for Centre activities The Centre for Compliance & Trust will be focused on impact and practicality. Sitting within…

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New Centre for Compliance & Trust

Cambridge Judge Business School has launched a new Centre for Compliance & Trust to lead thinking and work with organisations in the financial sector to explore how they are building real change in values and behaviour and responding to the…

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