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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 01: INTRODUCTION1
Background of the study1
Aim and objectives1
Reliability & Validity2
CHAPTER NO 2: LITERATURE REVIEW4
Status of banking in India4
Ethical banking in India4
Ethical banking in UK5
Ethical investment funds:6
CHAPTER 03: METHODOLOGY8
Overview of the Mixed Method Research Approach9
Reliability (If Using Questionnaire)10
CHAPTER 04: ANTICIPATED RESULT11
CHAPTER 01: INTRODUCTION
Background of the study
Ethical banking and free banking, also known as social banking, banking development, multi-channel banking, banking and responsible banking alternative, is a project of financial institution that combines social and environmental benefits to economic profitability of conventional financial institutions. Social banking only provides ethical financial instruments; unlike the other banks may also offer financial products in addition to the conventional sustainable.
Banking Freedom is different from conventional banking in the social nature of the projects it finances, the filter ethical companies in which it invests and the transparency of their actions. Ethical banks refuse to invest in companies involved in arms trafficking, labor exploitation, nuclear power or the destruction of the environment. Finance projects with high social or environmental content: respect for human rights, education, environmental protection, renewable energy, alternative propulsion, occupation of the disabled, developing projects in the Third World (Jeucken, 2005, 21-35). Aim and objectives
The aim of this research is to research on the banking ethics prevailing in India and U.K. Through the research, the researcher aims to achieve the following objectives:
The status of banking system in India and UK
Ethical banking in India
Ethical banking in UK
Nowadays, banks have seen their contribution to investment and their place in the financial markets change. Their universal structure has enabled bankers to undertake all types of activities. This trend has induced an increasing profitability for most institutions, in particular for the biggest ones.
Banks are involved in a very competitive environment, which sometimes obliges them to adopt risky attitudes. This alternative was the source of conflicts between the banks, the investor and the individual stakeholders. The banks major aim is to maintain their market power; that of the investor is to benefit from the favorable situation on the financial markets; and the individual stakeholders want to favor productive and social values over speculative profit.
Reliability & Validity
The demand to introduce more ethical and social values ...