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2017 Banking Governance and Culture Report: What We Learned

What did we learn from rating governance, culture and human capital management at 21 banks – read the full report here and view the slides from our latest webinar. If you would like a free recording of the session, please email … Continue reading

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Banking Governance & Culture Webinar: How healthy are our banks 10 years after the Crash?

Are our banks working? Have our banks improved since the global financial crisis in 2008? Do they pose less risk? If so, has this translated into higher value for investors, customers, workforces and other key stakeholders? Our free webinar will … Continue reading

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2017 Banking Governance and Culture Report

We are delighted to announce the release of our comprehensive, 65-page, 2017 global Banking Governance and Culture Report. Our Insight Series on some of the key issues arising from our analysis, including the creation of Total Stakeholder Value, can be … Continue reading

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2017 Banking Governance and Culture Report

  We are delighted to announce the release of our comprehensive, 65-page, 2017 global Banking Governance and Culture Report. Our series on some of the key issues arising from our analysis can be accessed here. For more information and for … Continue reading

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Banking Governance & Culture

We will shortly be announcing the publication date for our much anticipated Banking Governance & Culture report, a unique and definitive guide to the health and vitality of our banks using our groundbreaking OMINDEX ratings analysis. Our BG&C project has stimulated significant … Continue reading

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MI’s Global Banking Sector Governance and Culture Project is underway

MI is proud to announce the commencement of our major, groundbreaking project to report on Governance and Culture in the Banking Sector. This will cover over 20, globally important, banking institutions. We have already used our research template to prepare a … Continue reading

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Governance and Culture Risk: a problem manifesting for every company, every day

Banking Governance & Culture Report Series: Part 4 (of 10) “Just before the crash of 2008, when S&P and other credit rating agencies, were awarding RBS a ‘AAA’, the CFO of RBS was reporting excellent profits. Yet the whole edifice … Continue reading

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A Global Standard for Good Governance and Healthy Organizational Culture

Good corporate governance Good corporate governance is an open acknowledgement that the organization has a responsibility to humanity: that any organization is just one part of a global system and has to play its part accordingly. It is recognising that … Continue reading

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Human Governance Briefing – Issue 6

An extract from the latest HG Briefing – how much value could active fund managers add if they understood the value of human governance?   Henderson/Janus merger begs the bigger question of maximising shareholder value?  Business Wire (a Berkshire Hathaway … Continue reading

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Mature governance – the No. 1 issue of our time

How many times might you expect to experience a complete shift in thinking about how society should be run? History tells us, at least at a national level, that these matters have usually been resolved only after violent struggles. The … Continue reading

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