Checks Needed For Naughty List To Improve Wall Street's Rep

By Evan Weinberger (December 23, 2015, 11:09 PM EST) -- Wall Street banks may back a push to create a central registry of employees who misbehave in a bid to improve internal culture at the country's biggest banks, but worries about the accuracy of any potential list and other due process concerns have given some observers pause.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William F. Dudley has been advocating for the creation of such a central registry that can be used by banks when recruiting new talent as a way to make sure that serial rulebreakers are kept out of the biggest banks. And a readout of a meeting on...

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