Reforming Culture and Behavior in the Financial Services Industry: Series Prologue

Brian Manning, Media Relations Associate, Communications and Outreach

On June 18, the New York Fed will host its fourth conference focused on reforming culture and behavior in the financial services industry. Speakers and panelists will look at progress to date and the challenges ahead, building on the conversation that started with our first event in 2014.

Ahead of the conference, we’ve invited participants to share their views in a series of posts here on our Medium page. These essays will explore some of the ideas and questions they hope to discuss.

The first post will come later today from Kevin Stiroh, head of Supervision at the New York Fed. He will examine the unique role of supervisors in reforming culture.

Check back here over the next two weeks for more essays in this series.

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