CODOFINE 2015-01 : Position on the “Seven operational princificats” theory and other similar theories

The OFCCFO’s Council of Doctrinal Financial Ethics (the “Codofine”) has been requested to take position on the “Financial Sin’s Structures” and the “Seven operational princificats” theories as described by Dr. Cuny de la Verryère in his book (Finance catholique, edit. EMS, July 2013). The concept of “Financial Sin’s Structures” refers to the facts, mechanisms, and systems in the financial and …

CODOFINE 2015-01 : Position on the “Seven operational princificats” theory and other similar theories

The OFCCFO’s Council of Doctrinal Financial Ethics (the “Codofine”) has been requested to take position on the “Financial Sin’s Structures” and the “Seven operational princificats” theories as described by Dr. Cuny de la Verryère in his book(Finance catholique, edit. EMS, July 2013). The concept of “Financial Sin’s Structures” refers to the facts, mechanisms, and systems in the financial and banking …

Religious for-profit business

The notion of “religious business” is also referred in doctrine to as “belief business”, “trend business” or “identity company.” This legal concept has implications in employment law and labor law. Thus, in a structure benefiting from this legal qualification, such a religious congregation, the employer may derogate from the principle of non-discrimination based …

Die christliche Finanzwirtschaft

Die christliche Finanzwirtschaft (eng: „christian finance“; frz: „finance chrétienne“) gehört zu der Kategorie der religiös-ethischen Finanzwirtschaft, wie die „Islamische Finanzwirtschaft“ (eng: „islamic finance“). Die christliche Finanzwirtschaft wird durch die Existenz von drei Dimensionen gekennzeichnet: persönliche Dimension (Akteure), operative Dimension (Operationen) und dogmatische Dimension (Grundsätze).Marktakteure Obwohl er nicht weit verbreitet ist, …