ETHICAL FINANCE: CITIZENS' MONEY, FOR GOOD
How Ethical is your money?
Do you know how your savings are invested?
Does your bank finance the weapon industry abroad, or does it support the local, social economy?
Do you have a say in how your bank is managed?
Ethical finance was born to answer these questions (and many more!)
FEBEA is the European Federation of Ethical and Alternative Banks and Financiers. It gathers 30 financial institutions from 15 countries in Europe, with the aim of developing and promoting Ethical Finance principles.
This is what we do, it is in our nature; we cannot and do not want to do anything else."
In a report published by Valor Social, women who work in organizations that promote ethical finance in Denmark, Belgium and France explain, from their experience, where
Social Economy Europe has presented its policy paper Co-designing the Action Plan for the Social Economy: for an economy that works for people and the planet. This
FEBEA calls for increased collaboration with the European Commission and the European Investment Fund (EIF) on the EaSI financial instruments for Social Economy and Microfinance. FEBEA members are already putting their
FEBEA replied to the European Consultation on the renewed sustainable finance strategy, asking for: – a stronger social component in the taxonomy – proportionality considering
“We are able to demonstrate that Ethical Banks do not pose any risk to the system. Not because we are small. It’s that we are