Morality and Banking

Posted on 27. Jun, 2013, in Church Teachings, Economy, Humanitarian Aid1 Comment

Recordings of executives from Anglo Irish bank mocking their customers and those who were bailing them out has ignited national and international outrage. Judith Turbyne, director of Progressio Ireland, an Irish international development organisation, spoke to Miriam Gormally about the scandal. Judith considers the moral issues within the banking sector, the effects of the bailout on Irish aid and how this latest scandal may impact on the debate on transparency in our financial systems. But first she talks about how disrespectful this behaviour is and about the knock on effect this scandal may have internationally.

One response to “Morality and Banking”

  1. Suzanne Ryder says:

    I cannot but agree with Judith. Such a disgrace!

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