International Day of
December 4, 2022
Courtesy, United Nations
On 19 December 2019, the UN General Assembly adopted resolution 74/245, which designated 4 December as the International Day of Banks in recognition of the
significant potential of multilateral
development banks and other international
development banks in financing sustainable development and providing know-how; and also in recognition of the vital role of the banking systems in Member States in contributing to the improvement of the standard of living.
Text Courtesy, United Nations - https://www.un.org/en/observances/international-day-of-banks
It's that time for . . .
The Principles provide the framework for a sustainable banking system and help the industry to demonstrate how it makes a positive contribution to society. They embed sustainability at the strategic, portfolio and transactional levels, and across all business areas. In the year since the launch of the framework, the signatories to the Principles for Responsible Banking grew from 130 to more than 190 banks representing more than a third of the global banking industry and around 1.6 billion customers worldwide.
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Are Global Banking Entities, i.e. financial
institutions adhering to "The Principles of Banking" for the improvement and
sustainable perpetuity of
All of Humanity
Around the World?!
Throughout all of its functions as financial intermediaries, the history of banking
can attest to the fact that banks
are vastly lucrative!
Past and present track records of banks are important indicators that show the contributing impact banks have made
to improve Humanity's overall
development and sustainability
with tangible, viable results
that can be measured
and confirmed with certainty!
Whether realized or not, the entirety of
Banking entities on a global scale
have fiduciary responsibilities
that are inextricably
assuring, ensuring and
securing the wholesome
longevity and developmental
potential of the whole of
Humanity and its . . .
Banks in the 21st Century:
Blocks for Future
Already With Us Today!
- EPACHA Foundation -
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