1. About us

    The CCP Research Foundation CIC has roots in both the academic world and the commercial world; its objectives and methodology will combine the best elements of both.

  1. Partner Institutions and Collaborations

    The Centre for Compliance and Trust (CCT) at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and the CCP Research Foundation  CIC are delighted to announce that they have entered into a collaboration under which data and expertise will be shared and the two institutions will arrange joint seminars and other events in areas of common interest.

    Under the arrangement, which is for three years, CCT becomes an honorary member of the Foundation's Conduct Costs Project Association. Richard Hill, the Executive Director of CCT, also joins the Advisory Board of the CCP Research Foundation. 

    Details of joint seminars and other events, as well as collaborative research publications, will appear on both the CCP Foundation and CCT's websites from time to time. 

    Please see here the copy of the announcement.

     

    About The Centre for Compliance and Trust at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

    Situated within one of the world's most prestigious research universities, and in the heart of the Cambridge Cluster, Cambridge Judge Business School leverages the power of academia for real world impact.  Since 1990, the School has forged a reputation as a focus of rigorous thinking and high-impact transformative education. Cutting edge research is rooted in real-world challenges, and students, clients and future leaders are drawn from a diversity of backgrounds and countries.

    The Centre for Compliance and Trust is an independent platform within Cambridge Judge Business School established to work with the financial services sector to develop best practice and drive forward banking that is appropriate for the 21st century.

    Sitting within the Executive Education function, one of the key goals of The Centre for Compliance and Trust is to lead the effective development of skills and behaviours of those who lead and drive practices which impact on these critical areas. 

    For more information please visit: http://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/faculty-research/centres/compliance-trust

     


     

    The Queen Mary University Institute for Regulation and Ethics (IRE) at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies and the CCP Research Foundation CIC are delighted to announce that they have entered into a partnership agreement under which data and expertise will be shared and the two institutions will arrange joint seminars and other events in areas of common interest.

    Under the arrangement, which is for three years, IRE becomes an honorary member of the Foundation's Conduct Costs Project Association.

    Costanza Russo, the Co-Director of IRE and a Lecturer at Queen Mary, also joins the Advisory Board of the CCP Research Foundation.

    Details of joint seminars and other events, as well as collaborative research publications will appear on both the CCP Foundation and IRE’s websites from time to time.

     

     

     

  1. The CCP Research Foundation is a new, independent social enterprise vehicle, set up to foster and support a new generation of research projects on the theme of "Conduct, Culture and People."  

     

    Contacts

    CCP Research Foundation C.I.C.
    info@ccpresearchfoundation.com

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    If you would be interested in being given an informal presentation at your offices about the work of the Foundation (and/or the Conduct Costs Project) and how its work relates to your business please contact: 

    roger.mccormick@ccpresearchfoundation.com

     

     

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