Reserve Bank of New Zealand official discusses banking culture


An assistant governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Don Abel, on September 10 said the future of financial institutions will be shaped by the culture they encourage and the integrity of the individuals within it.

Speaking at the Oceania Computer Audit, Control and Security conference in Wellington, Abel said accountability, honesty and responsibility are necessary characteristics for institutions to promote in order to survive in the highly uncertain environments they operate in.

Abel said

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