March 31, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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The Wolf Hunters of Wall Street

The making of IEX: How a band of outsiders discovered the stock market was rigged - and set out to change it. NYTimes.

Is Microfinance the Answer?

Mal Warwick knows microfinance has taken quite a beating in recent years, but he puts the criticism into perspective.

Divestment: Shareholder David Goes After JPMorgan Chase Goliath

One shareholder tackles "too big to fail" and hopes to spark a movement: Francesca Rheannon talks with him on Talkback.

Fed Adopts Foreign-Bank Rule as World Finance Fragments

The Federal Reserve approved new standards for foreign banks that will require the biggest to hold more capital in U.S. Bloomberg.

Your Pensions Are Screwing Up Your Children's Future

Irresponsibility has created a mess for young people, a student campaign is banking on parental love to tackle climate change. Guardian.

Insights from Davos 2014: Trust Meltdown

According to research presented at WEF, less than 10% of US news stories about banks are positive. Trust is fading. WebFilings.

For the Love of Money

A former Wall Street titan becomes humble and says: we are letting money addiction drive too much of our society. NY Times.

JPMorgan Would Prefer You Not See This Shameful Rectangle

The total tab for JPMorgan's wrongdoing is now more than $31 billion. This chart provides the details. HuffPost.

Role of the (Bank) CFO in Value Creation: An Interview with Mark Joiner, NAB

Mark Joiner, outgoing CFO of one of the world's top 40 banks discusses the need to redefine value & business models in this...

What Is a 'Sustainable' Bank?

Dr Carol Adams interviews David Korslund, Senior Advisor to the Global Alliance for Banking on Values.



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