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  • Programme: Summer School on Social Banking 2010 As of 5 July 2010 Banking on values – what values? Summer School on Social Banking 2010 18 to 23 July 2010 in Florence, Italy Programme overview Day Main topic Info Sunday Introduction Arrival: 11.30 AM to 15:00 18 July 2010 Values? Why Values? And What Values? Start of the Programme at 15:30 Lectures, World Café and Welcome Evening Monday Ethical Challenges in Lectures, Discussions, 19 July 2010 Banking and Finance Working Groups, Panel Discussion Free evening Tuesday Best Practices Lectures, Discussions, 20 July 2010 Established value-based Products Working Groups and Services in Banking and Finance Public Lecture in the evening in the centre of Florence Wednesday New Developments Lectures, Discussions, 21 July 2010 In value-based Banking and Finance Open Space, Panel Discussion Public Lecture in the evening Thursday Organisational and Lecture, Discussions, Workshop, 22 July 2010 Individual Competences Pathfinder Session for value-based Banking and Finance „Banquette“ in the centre of Florence Friday The Future of (Social) Banking Lectures, Discussion 23 July 2010 Outlook and Round-Up Departure at 13.30 1 www.social-banking.org/summer-school
  • Speakers Paul Dembinski Mirjam Fochler Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Jean Pierre Caron Pierre Aeby Katharina Beck Ugo Biggeri Leonardo Becchetti Julian Kühn Rolf Kerler Ulrike Lohr Markus Heidenreich Christophe Guene Silke Helfrich Malcom Hayday Andreas Neukirch James Niven Lars Pehrson Ricardo Milano Lothar Lochmaier Marco Morganti Robert McNeer Shelley Sacks Ulrich Thielemann Andreas Weber Chris Seeley Simone Siliani Antje Tönnis Axel Schmidt Rosl Veltmeijer-Smits Els Verhagen Olaf Weber Stefano Zamagni Edy Walker The goals of the Summer School The International Summer School on Social Banking provides a unique opportunity for interested and engaged people to meet and develop new perspectives on banking and finance. Goals Within the Summer School, we • create awareness for the role of banks in society and the economy, • present cases and best practices of already existing socially oriented banks and banking products, • question the personal relationship to money and the present banking system, • offer spaces for creative and solution-oriented discussions on banking and finance and their role in society, • critically reflect on the concepts and ideas behind socially oriented banking. In addition to introducing Social Banking in general, every International Summer School on Social Banking addresses a main topic. In 2010, we focus on “Banking on values” and ask “what values?” these actually are. As banking is a social interaction, we will also link these discussions to our personal values. 2
  • Sunday, 18 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Sunday‘s topic: Introduction: Values? Why values? And what values? Time Topic Speaker 11:30 Arrival & Check-In 15:00 Welcome Katharina Beck (Moderator; l Introduction of the ISB and Villa la Stella Managing Director Institute for l Introduction of the participants Social Banking, Germany) Mirjam Fochler (Organiser; Institute for Social Banking, Germany) Ugo Biggeri (Chairman of the Board of Directors of Banca popolare Etica, Italy) 15:30 Engagement: Shelley Sacks “Building our resources: 2 questions to (Director of Social Sculpture accompany us during the conference: Research Unit, What do I need/want?” Oxford Brookes University, UK) 15:45 Input: Rolf Kerler „An individual’s perspective on (Co-Founder and Member of the values, money and banking“ Supervisory Board of GLS Bank and Weleda AG, Germany) 16:30 World-Cafe on values & banking Chris Seeley (Co-Director of the Ashridge Masters in Sustainability and Responsibility, Ashridge Business School; and Social Clowning, UK) 18:30 Input: Ricardo Milano „Florence and central Italy: people and (Banca Etica, Italy), places where banks and social banks Simone Siliani were born.“ (Fondazione Banca Etica, Italy) 19:30 Dinner 20:30 Input & Discussion: Andreas Weber „’Bio-Capital’: The role of (Independent Writer, finance/banking in the problems we face Author of “BioKapital”, Germany) and in their solution“ 22:00 Bar at Villa la Stella 3
  • Monday, 19 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Monday‘s topic: Values in/vs. Banking and Finance Time Topic Speaker 09:00 Check-In, Take-off, Engagement Katharina Beck Images of and reflection on (ISB) previous day, out-look on present day Shelley Sacks (Social Sculpture) 09:30 Workshop: Shelley Sacks, Chris Seeley l (Value)-Dialogue (Social Sculpture, UK) l Appreciative Inquiry l Learning-styles and how to make the best of this event l Deep Listening l Creating images 11:00 Coffee 11:30 Input & Discussion: Ulrich Thielemann „The role of social banking for a (Institute for Business Ethics, good market economy. University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) Ethical visions and challenges.“ 13:00 Lunch 15:00 The value „pitch“, various practical Pierre Aeby perspectives on banking on values: (CFO Triodos Bank, NL), (8-9 minutes each) Helmut Bachmayer „Different or not so different (President of the Development perspectives on values in banking“ Association Ethical Banking, Italy), Ugo Biggeri (CEO Banca Etica, Italy), Jean Pierre Caron (Vice-President Board La Nef, France), Malcolm Hayday (CEO Charity Bank, UK), Marco Morganti (Banca Prossima, Italy), Andreas Neukirch (Board of GLS Bank, Germany), James Niven 4 (Global Alliance for Banking on Values, UK),
  • Monday, 19 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Time Topic Speaker Lars Pehrson (CEO Merkur Bank, Denmark), Edy Walker (CEO Alternative Bank, Switzerland) 17:00 Coffee 17:30 Group-work: Shelley Sacks and Challenging (the) values of banks Chris Seeley 18:30 Panel discussion and Q & A All representatives of the afternoon presentations Moderation by Shelley Sacks and Chris Seeley 19:20 Check-Out: Katharina Beck „(Self)-reflection“ 19:30 Dinner 21:30 Bar at Villa la Stella and/or free evening 5
  • Tuesday, 20 July 2010 Please note: Announcements with (tbc) are still to be confirmed. Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Tuesday‘s topic: Best Practices: Established Products and Services in value-based Banking and Finance Time Topic Speaker 09:00 Check-In, Take-off, Engagement Katharina Beck Images of and reflection on (ISB) previous day, out-look on present day Shelley Sacks (Social Sculpture) Morning Topic: Different Qualities and practices of money 09:30 An introduction to the different Julian Kühn qualities of money (Executive Director, Institute for Social Banking , Germany) 10:05 Input & Discussion Banca Etica (tbc) Ethical Loan 11:00 Coffee 11:30 Input & Discussion Pierre Aeby Ethical investments, shares (CFO, Triodos Bank) 12:15 Input & Discussion Antje Tönnis Financing change through giving – (Public Relations, an integral part of social banking GLS Treuhand, Germany) 13:00 Lunch Afternoon Topic: Micro-Finance 15:00 Parallel streams „Microfinance re-evaluated“ Moderation: Christoph Guene (Co-Founder of SoFi, Belgium) Input & Discussion I: „Microfinance in the South - Ulrike Lohr the Oikocredit approach“ (Oikocredit, Germany) Input & Discussion II: „Microfinance in the North: Markus Heidenreich (What) Can it learn from the South?“ (GLS Bank, Germany) 6
  • Tuesday, 20 July 2010 Please note: Announcements with (tbc) are still to be confirmed. Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Time Topic Speaker 17:00 Travel to Palazzo Vecchio 18:00 Welcome note Dario Nardella at Palazzo Vecchio (Vice-Mayor of Florence, Italy) 18:15 Public lecture & Discussion: Leonardo Becchetti „The economic relevance of (Prof. of Economics, University of Social Banking“ Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy) 20:30 Interactive Evening Event in the Centre All of Florence Banking/Money changing in practice and Dinner 7
  • Wednesday, 21 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Wednesday‘s topic: New Developments in value-based Banking and Finance Time Topic Speaker 09:00 Check-In, Take-off, Engagement Katharina Beck Images of and reflection on (ISB) previous day, out-look on present day Shelley Sacks (Social Sculpture) 09:30 Input & Discussion: Lothar Lochmaier „Social Banking 2.0 - (Independent Writer, Germany) the future of Finance?“ 11:00 Coffee 11:30 Open Space Session Facilitation: Chris Seeley (Ashridge Business School) 13:00 Lunch 15:30 Open Space Session Facilitation: Chris Seeley 17:00 Coffee Evening topic: Labels and Ratings 17:30 Inputs: Input I Axel Schmidt „The Value of Sustainability in (GLS Bank, Germany) Social Banking“ 18:00 Input II Olaf Weber „Measuring the non-monetary (Associate Prof., (social and/or ecological) impact of banks: Export Development Chair in The value of „Labels“ and „Ratings“ Environmental Finance, University of Waterloo, Canada; 18:30 Input III Rosl Veltmeijer-Smits „Sense and Nonsense of Engagement“ (Head of Research, Triodos Bank, Netherlands) 8
  • Wednesday, 21 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Time Topic Speaker 19:30 Dinner 20:30 Panel Moderator : Katharina Beck (ISB) „The value of ‘labels’ and ‘ratings’ ” 21:30 Bar at Villa la Stella 9 7
  • Thursday, 22 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Thursday‘s topic: Organisational and Individual Competences for value-based Banking and Finance Time Topic Speaker 09:00 Check-In, Take-off, Engagement Katharina Beck Images of and reflection on (ISB) previous day, out-look on present day Shelley Sacks (Social Sculpture) 09:30 Input: Els Verhagen „Value driven Human Resources (Triodos Bank, HR Manager) Management” 10:00 Creative Workshop with Els Verhagen „Designing the perfect banker“ 11:30 Coffee 12:00 Input & Discussion Els Verhagen „Competences of Social Bankers - views from the HR perspective of a Social Bank“ 13:00 Lunch 15:30 Parallel Workshops Katharina Beck (ISB) Workshop I: Mirjam Fochler „Pathfinder: Putting it all into pratice - (ISB) on an individual level“ Workshop II: Chris Seeley „Change Management: Putting it all into (Ashridge Business School) practice - on an organisational level“ 18:00 Travel to Biblioteca delle Oblate 19:00 Public Lecture & Discussion: Stefano Zamagni „The possibility and necessity of Social (Prof. of Political Economics at the Stock Exchange“ Faculty of Economics of the and University of Bologna and „Finance: A servant or deceiver?“ Adjunct Professor of International Political Economy at the Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center, 10 Italy)
  • Thursday, 22 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Time Topic Speaker Paul Dembinski (Prof. at University of Fribourg, Director of The Observatoire de la Finance, Switzerland) 20:30 Banquette at the terrace of Biblioteca delle Oblate with a view on Florence‘s Cathedral Italian food and music 11
  • Friday, 23 July 2010 Summer School on Social Banking 2010 Friday‘s topic: The future of value-based Banking and Finance Time Topic Speaker 09:00 Check-In, Take-off, Engagement Katharina Beck Images of and reflection on (ISB) previous day, out-look on present day Shelley Sacks (Social Sculpture) 09:30 Input & Discussion: Silke Helfrich „Introduction to Commons“ - (Independent Writer, and first steps to apply the concept Author of “Wem gehört die Welt?: to banking and finance“ Zur Wiederentdeckung der Gemeingüter”, Germany) Antje Tönnis (Public Relations, GLS Treuhand, Germany) 11:00 Coffee 11:30 Group Work: Moderation: Katharina Beck Creative Outlook: The future of (Social) Shelley Sacks Banking and Finance 12:15 Closing Note Julian Kühn (Executive Director, Institute for Social Banking , Germany) 12:30 Closure: Katharina Beck, Shelley Sacks Evaluation and comments and all Picture Credits: S. 2, 12, 13: Katharina Beck, S. 3: Institute for Social Banking 13:00 Lunch 13:30 Departure and farewell CU in 2011 12 www.social-banking.org/summer-school