Monthly Archives: May 2012

Reforming the Debt Creators: reflections on the Just Banking conference

The aims of the Just Banking conference were ambitious – to provide insights and proposals necessary to create a banking sector which serves society, one which delivers stable and environmentally sustainable prosperity for all. Since the banks are seen by … Continue reading

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Big banks AGM season coming up

Guest blog by Danielle Paffard, Move Your Money UK In May, in between the Diamond Jubilee, the Bank Holidays, and the wait for the weather to improve, thousands of shareholders are gathering for the Annual General Meetings of the big … Continue reading

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What happened at the Just Banking Conference?

The Just Banking conference, held in April 2012 at the University of Edinburgh, brought together over 400 academics, campaigners, policy-makers and citizens to address these urgent questions: How can we handle banking crises without burdening the taxpayer, or better still, … Continue reading

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