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Culture in banking – Under the microscope

Much of the banking sector’s current focus is on standards, values and culture, and senior figures within the industry have acknowledged the need for change. Deloitte UK has interviewed 41 senior bankers at financial institutions around the world to understand their views on this topic.  Find out more.
Please note: this report has been written for the benefit of senior banking executives and access to the report is on request.


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