Consultation Process
This consultation is in the spirit of demonstrating how consultation can work when people are given the time to provide feedback while the approach is being developed. Please note that this is a work-in-progress draft and could still change considerably as the 63 questions are further discussed and refined. Note too that the focus of this is prevention of bribery and corruption in the finance system through an ethical, values-based culture (the integrity system) and then realising the benefits through process and strategic direction.
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Please provide any general, over view comments you have (dot points fine - we will follow up for detail)
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Questions are 9 grouped by 9 topics (see table pages) - are they the right topics? What topic would you add? What topic would you drop?
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The assessment is designed with 36 questions about the financial sector (to be scored based on researched evidence ‎collected by 3 independent assessors working over 3 months) and 27 survey questions that will be distributed to all organisations in the consumer financial services sector (including the regulators and disputes resolution services) for response. The anonymised results of the survey will be part of the evidence provided to the assessors.
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a) Set out other subjects you think should be included in the assessed questions.
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b) Are there existing assessment questions that the subjects could be added to as part of the assessors' research and scoring and/or is there a question/questions you would drop so that this subject could be a replacement?
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c) The survey questions are very high level in this version of the assessment. Are there questions you'd like to see as part of the survey not currently covered?
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d) Are there any survey questions would you like to see replaced?
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