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17
Dec
17
Posted by:
Sharon Yardley, Manager – Marketing & Compliance, Heartland Seniors Finance

Why Heartland Joined The Banking and Finance Oath

Although the Oath is taken by the individual, there are accasions where an organisation will ask all employees to consider taking the Oath, thus becoming 100% committed. This process provides an opportunity for the entire organisation to consider the alignment between thier own values and those of the organisation. It provides a common ethical framework with which they can hold each other to account. Heartland Senior Finance made this commitment and it allowed for self-reflection on what a 'suatainable future' means to them.
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09
Dec
17
Posted by:
Robert M. C. Brown AM,

Hope Springs Eternal - The Jouney of Professionalism in Financial Planning

It’s often claimed that the discipline of financial planning has made considerable progress since its inception some fifty years ago. That may well be true, depending on your definition of the word ‘progress’. 
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09
Dec
17
Posted by:
Pablo Berutti, Chairman RIAA

A New Age of Purpose Led Finance

The growth and adoption of responsible investment is a global phenomenon. Time and again over the last few years we have heard that a tipping point has been reached.

That responsible investing is mainstream. 
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07
Dec
17
Posted by:
Jamie Osborne, CEO GetCapital

Financial Services & Ethics, a view from a Fintech Lender

I recently renewed my personal commitment to The Banking and Finance Oath (for the second time) and it had me reflecting on GetCapital’s culture and how we have attempted to build a strong ethical foundation to everything we do.
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