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After doing the sensible thing and saving money for her daughter, an angry Siobhan O'Neill has learned that the returns were nothing like she had expected Going backwards? Siobhan is unimpressed with the returns on Una's savings. Photograph: Martin Argles It was my daughter Una's third birthday last week. We celebrated in the usual style - family, presents, cake and candles. One thing we are not celebrating, however, is the less-than-spectacular recent performance of her child trust fund. It's a time-honoured tradition, saving money for your child, and something the government recommends that we do. But I ...
is a bank concerned with the social and environmental impacts of its investments and loans. Ethical banks are part of a larger societal movement toward more social and environmental responsibility in the financial sector. This movement includes: ethical investment , socially responsible investment, corporate social responsibility , and is also related to such movements as the fair trade movement, ethical consumerism , boycotting , etc. Ethical banking is a juvenile sector within this movement. Other areas, such as fair trade, have comprehensive codes and regulations that all industries that wish to be certified as fair trade ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
The 3 Rs Add Up to a Fourth: Recession... 51 Per Cent of Parents ...
MANCHESTER, England, March 3/PRNewswire/ -- Reading, writing and arithmetic are widely regarded as the essential building blocks of learning, but during these days of economic turmoil it seems another R is now being added to children's education - recession. According to research carried out for The Co-operative Child Trust Funds, half (51 per cent) of all parents are actively teaching their kids about the economic downturn alongside helping with homework and reading bedtime stories. The findings confirm that the financial crisis is taking modern parenting to another level with six in 10 (62 per cent) of Mums and Dads ... market research, surveys and trends
44% of British public interested in the ethical credentials of ...
44% of the British public are interested in finding out about the ethical credentials of the next financial product or service that they buy, according to new online research released today. The national online consumer survey, conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of non-profit research organisation EIRIS, explores post credit-crunch attitudes to ethical finance. The survey finds that three-quarters of those interested in finding out more about the ethical credentials of a financial product or service said they are likely to take this into consideration when next buying a financial product or service. Respondents surveyed felt that ... market research, surveys and trends

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Annual Results for the Co-operative Bank and Co-operative ...
Provisions for bad and doubtful debts at GBP62.6 m were 0.21 per cent lower as a percentage of loans and advances to customers - Risk Asset Ratio: Overall 15.0 per cent Tier 1 10.2 per cent Co-operative Insurance Society (CIS) - CIS' life, pensions and unit trust new business (measured on an Annualised Premium Equivalent basis) was GBP153.66m, up 7 per cent - Total premium income across CIS fell to GBP1,454 m from GBP1,784m, however income from sales of unit trusts rose to GBP335m from GBP187m in 2003 - On a like for like basis (excluding exceptional items, short-term investment ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Ethics And Genetics: An International Survey - Research and Read ...
A first step toward resolving ethical problems in medicine is to discover how clinicians approach these problems in practice. In a rapidly evolving specialty like medical genetics, most of whose practitioners have entered the field within the last fifteen years, geneticists' own views should provide a starting-point for discussion. Yet such data are rarely gathered on a systematic basis. To provide a more solid basis for informed discussion, in 1985-86 we undertook a survey of responses to ethical dilemmas by medical geneticists in nineteen nations. Geneticists approached in fieldwork identified six types of ethical ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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An enlightenment fit for the 21st century
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INFORMATION RESOURCES

Ethical finance: does Britain care?
Nov 18, 2009 ... ethical child trust fund for their kids. The site features a section dedicated to student finance and guides on ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Pooled Accounts: A Retail Option for Children's Saving Acounts?
Additional information on the Child Trust Fund can be found at: ... providers might have different policies regarding social, environmental, or ethical ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
MSU and Michigan Children's Trust Fund come together to fight ...
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University and the Michigan Children’s Trust Fund have formed what is being called a “prevention partnership” to determine just how much power the media have over children.   Specifically, the Michigan Children’s Trust Fund will be working with Children’s Central, a research collaborative in MSU’s Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Retailing. Together they will look at marketing messages and free Internet games aimed at children that possibly promote violence or poor eating habits.   The ultimate goal of the project, said ...
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What are the ethical arguments for child suport? | Ask MetaFilter
There are plenty of great legal and practical arguments for child support payments out there, but what about an ethical argument? It isn't hard to come up with practical and legal justifications for a single mom to require child support from the father. But what about the ethical arguments? I know a single mother who is working out an agreement with the father of their unplanned, forthcoming child (four months away). She earns a bit more than he does and plans to live alone with the baby. Although they are no longer a couple, she and the dad get along well and may or may not revisit the relationship in the future. He ...
Alimony: under what circumstances is it ethical to demand one?
I am going through a divorce, so this is a very relevant question for me. Do you think the whole alimony thing is outdated, or is there still an ethical basis to it sometimes? Would you, or would you not? It would help if you state your gender, though you don't have to. The reason I am asking is, I think obvious: probably a lot more women consider alimony ethical.  Discuss this question (12 comments) why can't I answer? Show all details , Hide all details  by tccat on Sep 29 2008 (21 months ago) Back in the day when women stayed at home and raised the children, alimony was granted ...