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As a result of the global financial crisis, bankers' behaviour was put under the microscope. The individual accountability regime was subsequently put in place. It applies to banks, building societies, credit unions and the biggest investment banks. But what does it actually mean for the banking sector and the wider world? DLA Piper partner Michael McKee and associate Chris Whittaker outline the implications, risks and obligations for those in senior positions in financial institutions.