Articles - Whats next for risk and compliance

speaking with Leon Carford, Head of Risk and Compliance at Atlanta Group! In conversation with Sarah Myerscough, he explains why risk and compliance need not be considered a hindrance to doing good business, and how a reframing of the way in which we understand them can bolster better decision-making. For Leon, we should always be asking ourselves how we can get the most out of our risk and compliance function, be it internal or external. He argues that it should not be cornered as a box-ticking exercise, and should inform everything a business does. This is particularly key with regard to consumer duty, which for Leon has neatly synthesised the core objective of delivering a good outcome for customers at the heart of everything we do.


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