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FEBEA and some of its members - APS Bank, Sklad 05, Cooperative for ethical banking and CREDAL SC, are part of the PROFIT Project, selected for funding under the H2020 programme, Call for Proposals H2020-ICT-2015 Collective Awareness Platforms.   The PROFIT project will develop an online platform...
Translation of the article published by EticaNews on the 30th September 2015 Starting from tomorrow banking investments in the social sector will cost 25% less in terms of cost of legal reserve. The change comes after the Italian Central Bank greenlighted the new interpretation of the EU Commission...
The “Impact of European Microfinance” project is a 3 year research project funded by the European Investment Bank (EIB) under the EIB Research Sponsorship (EIBURS) programme and the International Labour Office (ILO) under its Social Finance programme.  The overall aim of the “Impact of European...
  Role of cooperative and savings banks in territorial cohesion   Date:       Friday, 11th September 2015. Time:       10:00 - 14:00                                 Venue:    European house, Augusta Cesarca street 2, Zagreb   The purpose of the event is to present the opinion of the EESC on the...
Crédal has been awarded the federal price fight against poverty in 2015, by the Secretary of State for the Fight against Poverty Elke Sleurs and SPP Social Integration (SPP IS) and in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen. More information  
Article published by Credal,  FEBEA member and co-organiser of the Conference   On Monday 15 June, representatives of ethical banks and the European cultural sector gathered in Mons at the initiative of FEBEA and Crédal. More than 100 people have fueled discussions and discussed possible...
The European Commission validated the new list of "private" experts of the GECES - Expert Group on Social Entrepreneurship: FEBEA has been selected, through its Chairman Fabio Salviato, as  Expert for the Financial sector.  MORE INFO
FEBEA and its members Banca Popolare Etica and Ekobanken are among the partners of the 3E4SE project. the first Project newsletter with updates on ongoing activities has just been published. More information
Here's the article of FEBEA's research officer Simone Esposito on his interview to Professor Stefano Solari of the University of Padova. On April 9th we interviewed Prof. Stefano Solari from University of Padova on the influence of Neo-Thomistic philosophy on Roman Catholic Social Economy theory as...