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Value and Values: Ethics in the City

This event is being held as part of The Bloxham Festival of Faith and Literature.  See their website for more details: http://www.bloxhamfaithandliterature.co.uk/

While the row over the Occupy protest at St Paul's Cathedral raged, St Paul's Institute, based at the cathedral, published a report Value and Values: Perceptions of Ethics in the City Today that uncovered City attitudes to ethics - and to the Church. Fifteen months on this panel discussion, arranged with the help of St Paul's Institute, looks at the finding of that report and its implications for responding to the ethical challenges posed by the financial crisis.

Tickets: £10
Saturday 16th February 15:30

Speakers

Sir Tony Baldry is MP for North Oxfordshire. He is also the Second Church Estates Commissioner, providing an important link between the Government and the Church of England.

The Right Reverend Dr Peter Selby is President of the National Council for Independent Monitoring Boards. He was formerly Bishop of Worcester and Bishop of Prisons, and is the author of Grace and Mortgage, a study of international and personal debt.

Anne Kiem is Chief Executive of the Institute of Financial Services, part of the ifs School of Finance, a financial education charity. She is also a member of the Council of Reference of St Paul's Institute.

David Rouch is a partner in a leading City law firm, based in its financial institutions group, and a member of the Council of Reference of St Paul's Institute.