Category Archives: Crisis Communications

Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Three lessons FinTech companies can learn from Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act crisis

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Earlier this year, the state of Indiana took a huge reputational hit after Gov. Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law, which allows both individuals and corporations to cite religious beliefs as a defense when sued. This law was immediately criticized as potentially giving business owners the right…

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Benham Brothers

What Do Your Associates & Strategic Partners Say About Your Company?

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In today’s social world, your brand may be pulled into highly sensitive debates By Heather Sugg     In the world of finance, perception is reality. Managing a public reputation can provide challenges, particularly when a corporation is comprised of many employees and has close relationships with partnering companies. These…

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WMA live-blogging from Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s 48th Annual Conference on Bank Structure and Competition, May 11, 2012

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Fixing risk management at banks more complicated than fixing regulation Correcting the risk management practices at banks is far more complex than correcting the financial regulatory structure, Larry Cordell, vice president of the Risk Assessment, Data Analysis and Research (RADAR) unit at the Federal Reserve of Philadelphia said at the…

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