Much has happened since the financial crisis started. Countless laws and regulations have been introduced that financial enterprises have to comply with. But according to Theodor Kockelkoren, more needs to happen.
At the ‘Global Risk Regulation Summit’ congress held on 2 December in Amsterdam, Theodor Kockelkoren spoke of the importance of dealing with the roots of harmful behaviour. In his speech, he stressed the need for a change of culture at companies, and the five steps needed to achieve this. He also spoke about how the AFM as a supervisor can support and encourage this type of behaviour.
Read the full speech
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