4 March 2016
The Institute for Regulation and Ethics, based at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), is a supporting partner of the Financial Times Banking Standards Conference: Spotlight on behaviour, competence and culture on 8 March. This one-day agenda explores current banking behaviour, competence and culture; the positive steps already taken to improve banking standards and how the sector must proceed in order to rebuild trust. Speakers include Sir Gerry Grimstone (Deputy Chairman, Barclays), Baroness Shriti Vadera (Chairman, Santander UK) and Dame Colette Bowe (Chairman, Banking Standards Board).
Dr Costanza Russo, Senior Lecturer in International Banking Law and Business Ethics and Co-Director of the Institute for Regulation and Ethics at CCLS, will also be speaking at the event. Dr Russo will frame the session on the role that law, ethics and trust play in shaping good behaviour in banking.