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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Banking

Latin American Committee for Banking Security / Bogota, Colombia
International Investment Bank / Moscow, Russia / Est. 1970
Banco Arabe Español / Est. 1975
Financial Services Institute of Australasia / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1999
Bank Information Center / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1987
SADC Banking Association / Marshalltown, South Africa / Est. 1998
Committee on the Global Financial System / Basel, Switzerland / Est. 1971
European Savings and Retail Banking Group / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1963
Committee of Central Bank Governors in SADC / Pretoria, South Africa / Est. 1995
Central American Bank for Economic Integration / Tegucigalpa, Honduras / Est. 1961
Asian Bankers Association / Taipei, Taiwan / Est. 1981
ASEAN Bankers Association / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1976
Northeast Asia Development Bank
Association latinoaméricaine d\'institutions pour le financement du développement / Lima, Peru / Est. 1968
International Network of Alternative Financial Institutions / Dakar, Senegal / Est. 1995
African Investment Bank / Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Global Network for Banking Innovation in Microfinance / New York NY, USA / Est. 2001
International Banking Institute, St Petersburg / St Petersburg, Russia / Est. 1991
International Banking Study Institute / Est. 1951
Caribbean Financial Services Corporation / St Michael, Barbados
Arab Committee on Banking Supervision / Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates / Est. 1991
Central Banks of Southeast Asia, New Zealand and Australia / Est. 1957
The World Bank Group / Washington DC, USA
Arab Banking Corporation / Manama, Bahrain / Est. 1980
World Savings Banks Institute / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1994

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World Problems relating to Banking

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Restrictive conditions on loans through intergovernmental facilities
Non-accountability of offshore banks
Unethical banking practices
Socially irresponsible programmes of transnational banks
Bank failure
Unethical financial practices
Banking law violations
Interference of transnational banks' off-shore borrowing with domestic monetary policies
Undue concentration of capitalist banks
Inadequate diversification of loans to vulnerable countries
Interference of transnational banks in domestic economic policies
Protectionism in the banking industry

Action Strategies relating to Banking

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Recording dying languages
Maintaining record of past encounter
Protesting environmentally unsound policies of development banks
Conserving vulnerable vegetable germplasm
Developing social banking
Developing international banks
Exposing effective negative loans from development banks to developing countries
Establishing development banks
Creating world central bank
Maintaining banking secrecy
Using world banking facilities
Integrating commercial banking services
Providing full banking services
Instituting Islamic banking
Improving information on banking
Exposing abuse of banking secrecy
Reducing commercial bank debt of heavily indebted countries
Maintaining solvency of the banking system
Developing cooperative banks
Improving banking
Reviewing regulations in the banking industry
Representing banking sector
Creating rural banking systems

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