It was not so very long ago that the world was plunged into financial crisis, with the collapse of major banks, and a period of severe economic stress across financial markets, bleeding into most of our daily lives.

Whilst the recent shockwaves in the banking industry are not (thus far) causing economists to predict another financial crisis, they do bring the focus back to the crucial role that organization culture plays in supporting employees to behave in the “right ways”, to call out risks, and for senior leaders to listen, respond and set the tone from the very top of the house.

Having worked with organizations in this space for five decades, our insights are crystallized into a five-pillar Risk and Compliance model, defining how an organization sets expectations, drives behaviors and builds competencies.

During this timely and insightful webinar, Mercer will share their point of view on what a healthy culture of risk and compliance looks like.

The team will share case studies of recent assignments where we have listened deeply to our clients’ employees to understand any potential areas where risk and compliance behaviors needed strengthening, and where we have gone on to guide our clients to interventions to support this.

The Mercer team intends to provoke some deep thinking from our audience, on what insights you are currently leveraging to help understand the behaviors and culture of your organization, and how you yourselves are mitigating risk.

Join us to:

  • Understand how Mercer defines and measures risk and compliance culture
  • Learn how client organizations drive targeted improvement interventions on the basis of culture survey findings

Consider your own risk and compliance culture, and how you are mitigating risk


Marieke van Raaij, Regional Employee Engagement Solutions Leader - AMEA, Pacific and LATAM, Mercer
Lewis Garrad, Career Business Leader Singapore, Mercer
May Lee, Senior Principal, Employee Experience and Culture, Mercer

  • Date

    11 April 2023
  • Time

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm IST (GMT+5:30)

    2.00 - 3.00 pm SGT (GMT+8)

    3:00 - 4:00 pm JST (GMT+9)

    4:00 - 5:00 pm AEST (GMT+11)