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    • Date 2017-08-11 00:00:00 +0100

      £264Bn in Conduct Costs for the 20 World's leading banks between 2012-2016*

      The CCP Research Foundation's Conduct Costs Project publishes its report into bank Conduct Costs.

      The updated International Results Table and the Conduct Costs Project Report 2017 are available here.

      See here for the full Press Release.

      *(Provisions (as at 31 December 2016) also include Conduct Cost-related contingent liabilities.)

    • Date 2016-07-18 00:00:00 +0100

      20 banks, five years and £252Bn in Conduct Costs

      The CCP Research Foundation's Conduct Costs Project publishes its report into bank Conduct Costs.

      The updated International Table, together with detailed analysis, contained within the report, is available here.

      See here for the full Press Release.

      *provisions (as at 31 December 2015) also include Conduct Cost-related contingent liabilities.


    • Date 2017-08-16 00:00:00 +0100

      Please note that the Conduct Costs Project Report 2017, published on 11th August, has been updated in order to correct an error in the presentation of Exhibits 2 & 5.The Conduct Cost data, and the International Results Table in particular, were unaffected and remain as published. The Report is available here.

    • Date 2016-08-05 00:00:00 +0100

      The CCP Research Foundation publishes a Note on EBA 2016 Stress Test and Conduct Risk.

      See here for the Press Release.


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      The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that, with immediate effect, Professor Paul Q. Watchman has been appointed as Director of Sustainable Finance of the Foundation. 

      Professor Watchman, a former partner at city law firm, Freshfields, has been a member of the Advisory Board since the Foundation's inception and has wide-ranging experience and expertise in a number of areas, including business and human rights, sustainable finance (including the Equator Principles), corporate responsibility, climate change law and policy & environmental law generally.

      We are delighted to welcome him to the CCP Research Foundation management team.

      Professor Paul Watchman will now step down as a member of the Advisory Board.

    • Date 2017-02-09 00:00:00 +0000

      Professor Paul Watchman, our Director of Sustainable Finance, along with ShareAction, has written the article "What has the EU ever done for Responsible Investment?".*

      *The article was first published in Responsible Investor, on 2nd February 2017.

      Please click here to read the article.

    • Date 2016-05-20 00:00:00 +0100

      Calvin Benedict, our Associate Director, was invited to present his research paper titled "Developments in Sustainability Accounting: The trade-offs in 'Conduct Costs' Reporting"  at Loughborough Conference on Professional and Ethics Standards in Banking. Please click here to read the presentation.



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      Seven years after the collapse of Lehman and the onset of the worst financial crisis of the post-war era, there is still an ongoing crisis of public trust in relation to how our banks are run. 

      At a recent event in the City, Roger McCormick (our Managing Director) and Chris Stears (our Research Director) introduced CISI members to "The Cost of Trust Gone Wrong - $300 Billion and Counting." The presentation outlined the work of the Foundation's Conduct Cost Project in researching, what is a most poignant of 'trust' metrics, a firm's Conduct Costs.  Roger and Chris also highlight issues related to the 'rebuilding of trust agenda' and the various projects ongoing at the Foundation. 

      Please see below the video of the presentation, which is also available to all CISI members (through their MyCISI portal).

      If you would be interested in the projects or other initiatives referred to during the presentation, please contact us at info@ccpresearchfoundation.com.

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      Calvin Benedict (our Associate Director) has recently been invited to present his research paper titled "Developments in Sustainability Accounting: The trade-offs in 'Conduct Costs' Reporting" (which is available on our website) at a conference in May on Professional and Ethical Standards in Banking. This conference is organised by the Centre for Post-Crisis Finance and Centre for Professional Work and Society, Loughborough University with support from the Bank of England and the Chartered Bankers Institute.  Further details can be found at the following link:http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/sbe/research/conferences/cpaesb/.

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      The initiative let by the Centre for Compliance and Trust at CJBS and the CCP Research Foundation about Banking Standards has been covered in the Press recently.

      Please click here to read the article published on CCR Magazine.

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