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Ethical Banking

Surviving in an Age of Default

  • James J. Lynch

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  2. The Essentials of Ethical Banking

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  3. Discussion Exercises and Problems

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  4. Back Matter
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About this book

Introduction

Ethical Banking analyses pressures on bank managers and others in financial services. It guides them in ethical decision taking and behaviour. The book makes major contributions to new thinking on customer-banker relationships, including five 'Canons of Ethical Banking'. Giving a concise but comprehensive review of international banking and its impact on the High Street, the book provides a series of exercises with which readers can judge their own ethical standards, and test themselves with over twenty 'ethical dilemmas'.

Keywords

bank banking marketing

Authors and affiliations

  • James J. Lynch
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  1. 1.Lions GreenEast SussexUK

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