St Paul's Institute
Located within the City of London, St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: financial integrity, economic theory, and the meaning of the common good.
The Africa Rising narrative needs to mean more than middle class consumption at the shopping malls full of imported goods. More »
There is a massive opportunity for corporate leadership, and public sentiment is ready to embrace innovative responses that work towards shared value. More »
A meditation on Archbishop Welby's talk at the Trinity Wall Street Institute conference 'Creating Common Good'. More »
by Seth Thomas
Professionalising banking and instilling a code of ethics is one way of restoring trust in the financial system. More »
by Seth Thomas
How do we change banking culture and when are we going to put individual behaviour at the centre of restoring trust in the banking system? More »
We need always to consider the individual and the collective responsibility that we have when we consider the firm. More »
During this first Good Money Week I explore why the investment activities conducted by churches are examples of Good Money in action. More »
Culture is made up, not of mission statements and policy documents, but of the values and purpose of the organisation. More »
KKR, Blackstone, Paul Tudor Jones help drive investment as Africa makes historic shift from aid to trade.
Part of a blog series for Women's History Month featuring stories of men and women working to create a more equal and safe world.
The 30% Club Women in Leadership Scholarship - in association with the Financial Times - have announced a fully-funded place on the world-renowned Henley MBA.
Women account for fewer than one in 10 senior executives at the UK's biggest public companies, even as the overall number of female board members approaches the government's 25 per cent target.
Mega-banks unlikely to flee abroad after taxpayer bailouts - and there are questions over whether Singapore and China would be capable of hosting them - says Nils Pratley.