Men, Money and Morality: How can trust in banking be restored?
by Niall Ferguson
Posted: 7 Jul 2010Was the global financial crisis of 2007-10 moral in its origin - a crisis of ethical values as much as market valuations?
Drawing on his new biography of Siegmund Warburg, one of the key architects of London's revival as a financial centre after 1945, historian Niall Ferguson asks what the current generation of bankers needs to learn from its predecessors.
This event, which took place in St Paul's Cathedral on Tuesday 6th July, 2010, filled the cathedral with an attentive audience and now we are happy to present you with the text of the lecture in PDF format below.
The final portion of the event was a Questions & Answers segment, which has also been transcribed and can be downloaded here.
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