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Virtuous Banking: Placing ethos and purpose at the heart of finance

29th July 2014
  • ResPublica

The launch of a new ResPublica publication

On Tuesday 29th July 2014 at the Financial Times, ResPublica will be launching its latest report: Virtuous Banking: Placing ethos and purpose at the heart of finance. The report reviews the way in which the banking industry governs and organises itself and explores how the financial sector can be made more responsive, responsible and inherently ethos driven.

Addressing the problems of the past, the project considers what paths can be taken to instil industry standards, codes and guidance, and make the sector more responsive to customers. The report makes recommendations to Government to improve standards and restore ethos to the sector.

The launch event will feature a keynote address by Sir Richard Lambert, of the Banking Standards Review, followed by a panel and Q&A session.

Members of the panel include:

  • Anthony Browne, Chief Executive, British Bankers’ Association (tbc)
  • Alison Robb, Group Director, Nationwide Building Society
  • David T. Lleweylln, Professor of Money and Banking, Loughborough University
  • Roger Steare, The Cororate Philosopher
  • Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert (tbc)
  • Phillip Blond, Director, ResPublica (Chair)

The launch will be a private event, to which we will be inviting high level representatives from across industry, Parliament and the media.

For more information about this event, please email Elliott Mears, Events and Communications Manager, at elliott.mears@respublica.org.uk.

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