'GOING BEYOND THE BOTTOM LINE'
Six steps needed to restore trust in banking
Has anything changed at all in the culture of banking? Both the Chairman and the Chief Executive of Barclays Bank have resigned following the revelations that traders at Barclay Capital, the bank’s investment arm , and other banks dishonestly manipulated LIBOR—the London Inter-Bank Offer Rate—and EURIBOR, the trans-European equivalent.
Signs of a sea-change in the culture of financial services
Can the City of London become the conscience of the financial world, asks Michael Smith
Human development: a necessary next stage in banking
Robert Dellner, a former Managing Director and global unit head in a merchant bank and now an organisational and cultural development specialist, calls for a new culture in banking that encourages the human development of bank staff.
Bernard Lietaer speaking on 'Why this crisis? And what to do about it?' in Berlin
Bernard Lietaer, author of The Future of Money (translated in 18 languages), is an international expert in the design and implementation of currency systems. He has studied and worked in the field of money for more than 30 years in an unusually broad range of capacities including as a Central Banker, a fund manager, a university professor, and a consultant to governments in numerous countries, multinational corporations, and community organizations. Watch on YouTube