Of course, the central question in this series of interviews is whether faith can be worn like an overcoat at all? We are trying to understand if it is possible to present a different personality, according to context.
If the overcoat of faith becomes too uncomfortable at work or anywhere else – can it just be taken off?
This ethical problem is not a new one and applies just as much to so-called socialists working in a capitalist world too – or a vegetarian working as a cow-hand.
But, we must all resolve this dilemma for ourselves - no amount of regulation can make the decision for us.
At some time we all have to say NO on ethical grounds – but where is this acceptable or necessary in the international world of finance?
Submitted by Thomas Wellard.