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.
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 »
The narrative on the origins of the financial crisis is by now well-rehearsed, but bears repeating with a particular focus on culture. More »
We must learn to see good corporate culture as an ongoing process - not merely an end point that we can fulfil the criteria for and move on. More »
by Erika Karp
"The Days of Awe" refers to the ten days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur. They are a time for reflection, introspection, repentance and renewal. More »
I had the pleasure of dipping into several relevant books this summer and thought readers might appreciate recommendations on some fruitful reading. More »
Amanda Phillips, Director of External Relations at CWN (City Women Network), answers our questions about women in leadership. More »
Nearly 1500 people gathered under the dome of St Paul's Cathedral to hear about the ways we can dismantle the cultural and institutional barriers facing women today. More »
How fair and effective are the fixed income, foreign exchange and commodities markets?
When it comes to gender equality, the UK is the 26th-best country in the world, a report by the World Economic Forum (WEF) shows.
In all, 24 of 123 banks failed the European Banking Authority (EBA) tests, designed to find out if they could withstand another financial crisis.
The figures released are calculated on the basis of a review of the economic performance and pace of growth of member states since 1995.
Social media company reports a pre-tax loss of £11.6m for 2013, despite its US parent making a net profit of £900m.