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  1. Title Consequences of Misconduct = Conduct Costs (not just Fines)
    Date 2015-02-27 00:00:00 +0000
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    It is often that the cost of misconduct that grabs the headlines of the Press. However, it is usually classified as Fines or Penalties or Legal costs.

    The CCP Research Foundation refers to this metric as “Conduct Costs” (see definition here) and not a simple matter of fines and/or penalties and / or legal costs. We are publishing a Preliminary Analysis of the Conduct Costs of the UK banks (Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group and RBS) for the period 2008-2013, which illustrates the consequences of misconduct whether that be “Fines/Penalties”, “Regulatory-related conduct costs” and “Other conduct costs”.

    Available here, as an example of the underlying data to this analysis, is the RBS CCP1 form (including the Cost Codes) for 2013. Full data is available to members of The Conduct Costs Project Association.

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