Most agree that banks should keep our money safe and avoid unnecessary risk. But is the sector capable of much more than avoiding leading us into another financial crash?
Restoring public trust in banking is a huge task. But Triodos Bank’s Bevis Watts is no ordinary banker, and he thinks it’s possible. We ask him: could the financial sector benefit people and [...]
Proposed regulations aim to make bankers more accountable for their actions, but will they have a tangible impact on crumbling financial systems?
Despite the Co-op Bank’s troubles, the ethical finance sector is thriving, writes Charlotte Webster
Never before have we as a society been so interested in the economy, and thanks to the recession, traditional banking models are being cast under the spotlight. Claudia Cahalane considers how a [...]
‘Change money: change the world’ – Positive Money's slogan not only sums up its aims, but shows how important the issue of monetary reform is. Francesca Wakefield went to the campaign group's [...]
Updates from Positive Money on efforts to reform the money system
Peter Blom, CEO and chairman of Triodos Bank, says that banks need to have real values and by mimicking natural systems they can operate more effectively
A broad range of businesses, charities and civil society groups have joined forces to address core issues behind the financial crisis
Positive Money is a campaign and research organisation calling for monetary reform. We’re seeking answers to two very important questions, who creates money, and how is it created?
At Positive Money we are making good progress campaigning for a better banking system