The winners essays were:
Marta Rocchi from Italy – First Prize Ex-aequo
« Technomoral Financial Agents: Ethics in the Fintech Era »
Andrea Roncella & Luca Roncella, Italy – First Prize Ex-aequo
« Finance Needs ‘Bilinguals’ Too »
Mateusz Kucz from Poland – Second Prize
« How to Shape Moral Attitudes in Banking – the Polish example »
Andrea Bancone from Italy – Special Commendation of the Jury
« The Moralisation of Contracts: An Islamic Persperctive »
The Award Ceremony
On the 18th November 2019, the Award Ceremony of the 7th edition of the Global Prize “Ethics & Trust in Finance” took place, at the OECD headquarters in Paris.
The Official Launch
On the 18h of September 2018, the official launch of the 7th Edition of the Ethics & Trust in Finance Global Prize took place at the OECD Conference Center in Paris.
The 7th edition 2018-2019 attracted more than 500 expressions of interest. In the final phase of its work, the Jury composed of 25 world class personalities, worked on a short list of 11 papers, and allocated the 20 000 USD to authors of the following four essays.