NY Fed’s Stiroh: ‘More work to be done’ on bank culture

Kevin Stiroh discusses progress in reforming banking culture and how technology is changing the risk management equation for both firms and supervisors

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In 2014, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York launched its first conference on reforming culture in the finance industry. The event, which later evolved into a series of conferences, workshops and training programmes, sought to tackle shortcomings in bankers’ behaviour, which had been dramatically exposed during the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent Libor scandals.

“The consequences of inaction seem obvious,” then-New York Fed president William Dudley said in a 2014 speech.


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