Financial Institutions Roles and Responsibilities: Key Points for Responsible Banking Management
1) The Role of the Financial System. Integrating Social Responsibility within the Strategy of the financial industry and how financial institutions create shared value
2) Introduction to Financial Inclusion. Definition, International organizational support and Segmentation
3) The Responsible Banking Model.The 10 principles of responsible banking
Responses to the Financial Crisis: Responsible responses of different business banking models (PART I)
Proximity banking: the case of community banks in the US
Banking in a challenging environment: Business models, ethics and approaches towards risks
Moral hazard: “too big to fail”, how to manage Systemic Banks
Comparative review of the obstacles faced by savings banks trying to improve access for the poor
New Regulatory Framework for Financial Institutions
1) New regulations and banking reform: Solvency analysis of financial institutions
2) Consumer Protection and Operational Risk in the New Regulatory Environment
3) Corporate Social Responsibility, the New Regulatory Framework
Solvency analysis of financial institutions: European Stress Tests
Self Regulation: pros and cons
The ethics of Risk Management: a post-crisis perspective.
Did good cajas (Spanish Saving Banks) extend bad loans?
Corporate Governance and Sustainability in Finance
1) The New Culture: Definition and objectives of Corporate Governance. Responsible Leadership in finance.
2) An integrated strategy: CSR, Sustainability and Green banking
3) Non-Financial Performance and integrated reporting
Whistle Blowing and Corporate Governance
Non-Financial reporting: European Union Regulation
Corporate Governance and Banks: What Have We Learned from the Financial Crisis?
Banking Conduct and Culture
Socially Responsible Investments and Product Innovation
1) Definition of Impact Investments. Environmental Social Governance (ESG)
2) A Socially Responsible Approach to Product Innovation: Derivatives, hedge funds and mutual funds.
3) Analysis of SRI Funds. Socially Responsible Investments
Ponzi scheme: Madoff´s fraudulent investment operations
Changing Banking for Good: What is the Cure for Misconduct?
Aima’s contributing to communities. Report:14937
1) The New Normal: Responsible in retail and corporate banking: Responsible risk management
2) Professionalism in Finance. Finance as a vocation
3) Responsible Digital Banking – Fintech and IT Revolution in a new Responsible Business Environment.
Banking workers resilience: The Goldman Sachs´ employee resignation letter. Loyal or disloyal behaviour?
Responses to the financial crisis: Responsible responses of different business banking models (PART II)
Inclusive capitalism: creating a sense of systemic
A crisis of culture. Valuing ethics and Knowledge in financial services
Social Programmes and Metrics
1) Community Programs: From philanthropy to responsible finance.
2) Measuring social impact
3) Educational Programs and Financial Education
3.1 Financial Education at the Heart of Responsible Banking
3.2 Banking Alignment of Interests – Win-Win Focus
Main Target Groups and Channels
Transformational Model for PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) Implementation
1) Microfinance with a focus on microsavings
2) Understanding unbanked and underserved markets
3) The Customer Journey
4.1 Innovative distribution channels: the branch network, the agent model, mobile phone banking
4.2 Rural access through community village banking programmes
4.3 Sustainability and the limits to accessibility
5) Migration and Financial Inclusion
Affordability: financial services affordable for both the client and the banks.
Sustainability and the limits to affordability
Usability: driving account activity
Characterising the need of unbanked people
The poor and their money’: by Stuart Rutherford and Sukhwinder Arora.
‘Portfolios of the Poor’ Daryl Collins, Jonathan Morduch, Stuart Rutherford, Orlanda Ruthven
Financial inclusion for youth and young adults.
Will Cameron’s EU migration reforms pass legal muster? 2015 – Financial inclusion and Central Banks · LSE