On Wednesday, Australia’s banking regulator said it will ask for annual declarations from financial institutions on corporate culture, conduct, and governance.  If concerns arise, they will conduct “deep dive” reviews

This move is part of a four-year plan to improve governance and build trust in the financial system after misconduct was uncovered in the sector. As conduct and culture risks grow, comapnies like Starling provide visibility into the hidden relational dynamics among employees that impede company performance and create invisible and systemic risks.

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