A selection of press from December 2011:
I doubt that when Hector Sants was appointed as chief executive of the Financial Services Authority in July 2007, he would have expected to find himself in a Bedouin tent talking to protesters, some of whom object to the entire financial services industry.
Photo: JULIAN SIMMONDS
By Ken Costa 11:04PM GMT 08 Dec 2011
Ken Costa spoke on reconnecting the financial and the ethical at BITC's AGM on 1 December 2011.
On Sunday, 20 November, St Peter's Church in Brighton interviewed Ken Costa. Topics included the financial crisis and taking your faith into the workplace.
Listen to the full interview here: http://stpetersbrighton.org/service/interview-ken-costa#audio-811
Ken Costa's Article in the Sunday Telegraph on The St Paul's initiative: 'It's time for radical change'
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By Ken Costa, chairman, St Paul's initiative 9:00PM GMT 05 Nov 2011
The events of the last week have reminded us, as if we needed reminding, that there is, as Rowan Williams put it in the Financial Times, “widespread and deep exasperation with the financial establishment”.
Ken Costa addressed the topic of bankers and morals on BBC Radio 4's Today Programme. The full audio can be heard here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9633000/9633122.stm
Ken Costa's Article in the Financial Times on Why the City should heed the discordant voices of St Paul’s
October 28, 2011 7:58 pm Why the City should heed the discordant voices of St Paul’s By Ken Costa
During the week I spent some time at the anti-capitalist protesters’ camp at St Paul’s Cathedral. They were a diverse group, intense and passionate and, in short, the usual cabal of those wanting to smash capitalism blended with a more thoughtful element.
The London based Catholic prayer group, Soul Food, launched a new God at Work course on 27 October. Ken Costa gave the opening talk on the subject of Work Matters.
If you would like learn more about Soul Food, please visit http://www.soulfoodgroup.org/
Ken Costa spoke on 27 October at The Mansion House for the Lord Mayor's 'Trust and Values' conference.
Ken Costa's September 2011 Gresham lecture on Vision and Values in a Time of Volatility.
The God at Work course is hosted by Ken Costa and Jago Wynne. Ken is the author of the God at Work book on which the course is based. Jago is the author of another book, Working without Wilting.
The evenings are designed for any person wanting to look at how the Christian faith can be lived out with purpose and integrity in the workplace.
Ken Costa speaks at Barnard’s Inn Hall on April 5th 2011 on 'Moral Leadership in a Wikiworld'