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You are cordially invited to attend this lecture, which is being organised by The School
of Business and the Unit for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement (DICE) at the University of Leicester.

Smart Money? Faith, Ethics, Finance in Globalised World with our guest speakers Dr Atul K Shah, senior Lecturer at Suffolk Business School and a global innovator in relating timeless Jain wisdom to the contemporary world; and Dr Mohamed Shaban, co-founder and the Vice President of the International Finance and Banking Society (IFABS) and UK Efficiency, Productivity and Innovation Network (UKEPIAN).

 Dr Atul Shah will present the accumulation of thirty years’ research within the Jain community unravelling the secrets to their wide and sustained success in finance. This will be followed by Dr Mohamed Shaban’s lecture about his inspirational research investigating the role of Islamic Finance within Small and Medium enterprises financial structure. The presentations will be followed by a Q & A session.

The event starts at 6.15 pm and is open to all.

This is a FREE public engagement event but please book your place at https://goo.gl/jOhaeM

If you have any questions about the event please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tarine Felix (tf107@le.ac.uk) or  Versha Rama (vr78@le.ac.uk)

 

 

Wednesday 29th March

On the 7th Day Anniversary of Westminster Bridge Attack, St Philip’s Centre is giving its support to a national minute silence titled ‘A Bridge for all Communities’.

People of all faiths and beliefs are encouraged to pay their respects to those who lost their lives and suffered injury by showing that #WeStandTogether against all forms of extremism and hate.

People in Leicestershire are therefore encouraged to assemble on or near a ‘bridge’ to observe a one minute silence at 2.40pm and to offer opportunities for private reflection.

These 7 day anniversary events will be taking place across the country in other cities including London, Birmingham, Bradford, Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield.

 

 

 

 

 


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