Chapter 14

Convergence of Regulatory Objectives and Institutional Interests

Alignment of Goals to Enhance Sustainability and Reduce Systemic Risk


On the surface, regulatory objectives and institutional interest may appear to conflict. However, a going-concern perspective shows that there is significant common ground between institutions and regulators. Capturing this common ground and thus creating a convergence of interests requires viewing an institution, its business, and its operations from a common perspective of going-concern sustainability. An effective sustainability management process can be instrumental in turning the sometimes-adversarial relationship between regulators and financial institutions into a productive and effective ...

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