UK bankers still struggle with conduct

Author: Lizzie Meager | Published: 23 Mar 2017

Bankers in the UK still face a dilemma of conduct versus career progression, according to a survey by the market-led initiative the Banking Standards Board (BSB).

The BSB was established in 2015 as one of many attempts to rebuild the public’s trust in the financial services sector. Dame Colette Bowe, BSB chair, said the survey, the most comprehensive of its kind yet, was like 'putting a dipstick right down into the workings of the firm’.

The BSB polled 28,000 financial services staff in the UKThirteen percent of approximately 28,000 respondents said it was difficult to get ahead in their career without 'flexing their ethical standards’ – though it’s unclear exactly what the scope of that could be. Meanwhile a third said they see a conflict between...



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