Mental health: the new frontline for risk management

Rise in stress and anxiety among locked-down staff could open up banks to range of risks

Virus impact on mental health

Like millions of others, finance professionals have been working from home since March. It hasn’t been easy. For some, the workload is greater than ever as recent volatility in markets has hiked the number of trades to execute and process. But restrictive home office set-ups and patchy internet connections mean simple tasks can take longer to complete. Virtual meetings help workers stay in touch but it’s not the same as office camaraderie.

HR teams at financial firms are assessing the demands

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