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    Global finance leaders to banks: reform culture and conduct or face more regulation

    A number of the world’s largest banks are still failing to implement much needed cultural and conduct reforms in their businesses, and a failure to do so could spur more government regulation, a long awaited report by the Group of Thirty (G30) forum of international finance leaders said on Thursday.

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    Global finance leaders to banks: reform culture and conduct or face more regulation

    A number of the world’s largest banks are still failing to implement much needed cultural and conduct reforms in their businesses, and a failure to do so could spur more government regulation, a long awaited report by the Group of Thirty (G30) forum of international finance leaders said on Thursday.

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    Global finance leaders to banks: reform culture and conduct or face more regulation

    The report, the Banking Conduct and Culture: A Call for Sustained and Comprehensive Reform , says failure by banks to implement across-the-board cultural and conduct reforms could lead to still more regulatory rules and actions.

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    Global finance leaders to banks: reform culture and conduct or face more regulation

    “Piecemeal approaches are not good enough. Aspirational leadership statements by bankers must be matched by effective and disciplined implementation programs,” said Jean-Claude Trichet, chairman of the G30 and former president of the European Central Bank. “Today, we are proposing comprehensive reforms in the approaches to bank culture and conduct that are both essential and urgent.”

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    Global finance leaders to banks: reform culture and conduct or face more regulation

    “Piecemeal approaches are not good enough. Aspirational leadership statements by bankers must be matched by effective and disciplined implementation programs,” said Jean-Claude Trichet, chairman of the G30 and former president of the European Central Bank. “Today, we are proposing comprehensive reforms in the approaches to bank culture and conduct that are both essential and urgent.”

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