The Governance Trap

 

The Governance Trap is a series of roundtable discussions on the role of governance in regulation.
The Governance Trap and the future of regulation

Media Release: The Governance Trap and the future of regulation

Media Release: The Governance Trap and the future of regulation

Solvency II Wire and the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR) at the LSE bring together representatives from ten regulatory authorities for a cross-sector dialogue on the role of governance in regulation.

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Position paper: The Governance Trap themes and challenges

Position paper: The Governance Trap themes and challenges

Mike Power, professor of accounting, Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation, LSE
Gideon Benari, editor, Solvency II Wire

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The Governance Trap and the future of regulation, an introduction

The Governance Trap and the future of regulation, an introduction

Ten regulators discuss the increasing role of governance in regulation.

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Challenges and new approaches to regulatory dialogues

Challenges and new approaches to regulatory dialogues

Manuela Zweimueller, head of regulations, EIOPA

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Challenges of Regulating Healthcare Professionals

Challenges of Regulating Healthcare Professionals

Michael Guthrie, director of policy and standards, Health and Care Professions Council

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Governance and diversity in financial markets

Governance and diversity in financial markets

Kathryn Morgan, director of regulatory operations, Gibraltar Financial Services Commission

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Killing governance with governance

Killing governance with governance

Jan Parner, deputy director general, DFSA

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Perspectives of a food regulator

Perspectives of a food regulator

Elspeth Macdonald, deputy chief executive, Food Standards Scotland

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The Governance Trap: tracking behaviour and change, an introduction

The Governance Trap: tracking behaviour and change, an introduction

Regulators discuss methods of tracking and measuring governance.

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Those who tell stories rule the world

Those who tell stories rule the world

Kathryn Morgan, director of regulatory operations, Gibraltar Financial Services Commission

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The Governance Trap: tracking behaviour and change

Behaviour and culture in financial supervision: why, what and how?

Behaviour and culture in financial supervision: why, what and how?

Wijnand Nuijts, head of department, Expert Centre Governance, Behaviour and Culture, De Nederlandsche Bank

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The ‘why’ and ‘how’ of governance regulation

The ‘why’ and ‘how’ of governance regulation

Jan Parner, deputy director general, Danish Financial Supervisory Authority

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Governance in the legal profession

Governance in the legal profession

Philip Yelland, executive director of regulation, The Law Society of Scotland

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Those who tell stories rule the world

Those who tell stories rule the world

Kathryn Morgan, director of regulatory operations, Gibraltar Financial Services Commission

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Tracking governance and the role of the Board

Tracking governance and the role of the Board

Elisabeth Stheeman, senior advisor, Bank of England

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The power of soft power

The power of soft power

Ed Humpherson, director general for regulation, UK Statistics Authority

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Cultural change must come from the top

Cultural change must come from the top

Gabriel Bernardino, chair, EIOPA

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The Governance Trap: tracking behaviour and change, an introduction

The Governance Trap: tracking behaviour and change, an introduction

Regulators discuss methods of tracking and measuring governance.

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Media Release: The Governance Trap – Tracking behaviour and change

Media Release: The Governance Trap – Tracking behaviour and change

2nd Governance Trap event explores the challenges of monitoring and tracking governance.

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