The  FSCB conducted quantitative and qualitative research and ran behavioural trials to help firms understand and address issues that are central to good cultures and good outcomes; themes such as speaking up, wellbeing, resilience, inclusion and diversity.

The organisation facilitated the sharing of learning and experience across the financial services sector and beyond, providing a space in which firms could learn from each other in a non-competitive, honest and open environment, which informed the production of good practice guidance.

The FSCB collected data through its Employee Survey, holding a data base on organisational culture unparalleled globally. This aggregate-level data now sits with the UK Data Service.

The FSCB also worked with a wide range of industry stakeholders and civil society bodies, and partnered with and support organisations with complementary objectives so as to work as efficiently and effectively as possible (e.g the Financial Services Skills Commission, the FICC Markets Standards Board, the Social Mobility Taskforce and the Institute for Business Ethics).

Employee Survey

Find out more about the FSCB’s Employee Survey and Assessment Framework that underpinned it.

Research and analysis

Browse the FSCB’s thematic analysis.

Annual Reviews

Look back at the FSCB’s Annual Reviews.