FOURTH MEETING OF THE DUBLIN PROCESS OF FONDAZIONE CENTESIMUS ANNUS
FOURTH MEETING OF
THE DUBLIN PROCESS OF
FONDAZIONE CENTESIMUS ANNUS
“Economic and Financial Ethics
in the Digital Age"
Madrid, January 2017.-
Within the framework of the meetings regularly organised by the Fondazione Centesimus Annus Pro-Pontifice on Economy, Finance and the Common Good, the fourth meeting of the ‘Dublin Process’ took place, which has its origin in the initial report submitted to the Vatican by the Most Rev. Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin, in 2013.
After the meeting that took place the following year in the Irish capital in 2014 and the one held in Malta in 2016, the Fourth Meeting was held in Madrid under the title "Economic and Financial Ethics in the Digital Age".
Under the chairmanship of Domingo Sugranyes Bickel, the group held different sessions in which representatives from the business, financial, academic and ecclesiastic worlds spoke, among which the following deserve special mention: Lord Daniel Brennan, Malcolm Brown, from the Church of England; Paul Dembinski, form the University of Fribourg, Adrian Pabst, from the University of Kent; Mauro Rivella, Secretary of the APSA Vatican, Markus Schulte, European Union Commissioner, Henry Schwalbenberg, Director at Fordham University in New York; Paul Tighe, from the Pontifical Council for Culture, Francesco Vanni D'Archifari from Citi Group and Joseph Zahra, Vice Chair Council for the Economy, Vatican.
The Spanish side was represented by the Rector of the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Julio Luis Martínez; the former Secretary of the Economy and Lecturer at the IESE, Alfredo Pastor; José Manuel González Páramo, Member of the Board of BBVA; Raúl González Fabre, from the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the Universidad de Comillas and the Chairman of Global Strategies, Antonio Camuñas.