Business and Financial institutions (FIs) are under closer scrutiny than ever before. Investors and regulators are increasingly asking challenging questions about corporate governance, the social and environmental impacts of operations and investments and how business support their local communities.
Answering these questions is not easy and requires organizations to change policies and practices. This may seem a daunting task.The best place to handle the concerns is having proper planning provision on the business plan itself and allocating expenses for the regulatory scrutiny and turning regulation as a opportunity of growth in new segments.
This seems to be the best way to make business sustainable .