Projects

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IV Russian-Italian symposium on "The role of education in creating a society based on the ethics of business"

November 1, 2013 in RANEPA the IV Russian-Italian Symposium. The main theme of the event: "The role of education in creating a society based on the ethics of business." The organizers of the symposium were Department of Finance and Banking RANEPA and Russian-Italian Committee "Ethical business" with the support of the Moscow Patriarchate, Cardinal Paul Poupard Foundation, the National Banking Club Association of Russian Banks, UBI Banca and OJSC "Sberbank of Russia ".
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III Russian-Italian Symposium "The new global anti-crisis strategy: social and moral dimension"

"The new global anti-crisis strategy: social and moral dimension" - this agenda October 31, 2012 in Moscow hosted the third annual Russian-Italian Symposium. It was organized by the Russian-Italian Committee "Ethical business" Expert advice, "Economics and Ethics," the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, the Club of Orthodox Entrepreneurs, International club "Economist", National Banking Club at the Association of Russian Banks and the Council of Experts "Potential of Russia" . The event was supported by the Russian Orthodox Church and Cardinal Paul Poupard Foundation.
Metropolitan of Volokolomsk, Chairman Department for External Church relations, Moscow Patriarchate and Cardinal Paul Poupard

II Russian-Italian symposium on "Ethical aspects of banking"

November 7, 2011 in Moscow in Avan Hall of Christ the Savior was the II-nd International Symposium "Ethical aspects of banking and the role of social entrepreneurship in the modern world: the experience of Russia and Italy."
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I International Symposium "Ethical aspects of banking and social role of banks: the experience of Russia and Italy"

October 11, 2010 in Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral was inaugurated an international symposium on "Ethical aspects of banking and social role of banks: the experience of Russia and Italy."