Using high-transparency banks to reconnect money and meaning
High-transparency banking is feasible and emerging. Public-interest accountability metrics can support a new crop of more trustworthy banks, highly-transparent as to their environmental and social impacts and corporate governance practices. To achieve scale, federal banking reform could include special charters and support for high-transparency banks, a new class of banks that develop and make publicly available the open technology standards needed to underwrite, incentivize and exchange transactions that produce positive environmental and social impacts.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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