Global M&A trends and risks
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Global | Publication | December 2020
Financial services regulators have made clear their view that responsibility for the culture of a financial services firm sits at the top; if senior management create the right culture, good regulatory practice and procedures will naturally follow.
Following the 2008 global financial crisis senior management have come under increasing regulatory scrutiny and in some jurisdictions new rules have been implemented to make it easier to make them accountable for their actions. These new rules are particularly pertinent as financial services’ firms navigate their way through the COVID-19 pandemic.
This comparative guide will help you to understand how senior management responsibility in different types of financial services firm (excluding insurers) is being treated in key jurisdictions around the world. The guide can be used to review individual countries and also to create and customise comparative reports between different jurisdictions.
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Nina Varumo is a freelance portrait and documentary photographer based in Stockholm. A recent project of hers Kvinnor till sjöss (‘Women at sea’) is on ongoing photo series highlighting the working life of female seafarers in order to change the stereotypical image of what and who is a seafarer.
Companies have been publicly reporting on their financial performance for over a hundred years. However, they are increasingly having to make public non-financial disclosures relating to sustainability and environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters as a result of rules, laws and regulations issued by stock exchanges, governments and regulators worldwide.
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