Financial institutions can feel attacked from many directions, including by the financial press. Whether covering a particularly dramatic enforcement action or how an institution was used to facilitate a Ponzi scheme or launder money attached to human trafficking, financial institutions can suffer devastating reputational hits from negative media coverage. The working journalists on this panel will discuss how they see the regulatory and legislative landscape as well as law enforcement’s and financial institutions’ efforts to stem financial crime.
Understanding how financial journalists look at compliance issues for the financial institutions they cover
Gaining insight into journalists’ ethics for covering financial institution, including what “off the record,” “not for attribution” and “deep background” really mean
Chief Analyst and Director of Editorial Content,