If you think banks are part of the problem, take a look at Triodos Bank, a financial institution that attempts to do things differently. They're not only focused on money -- they invest in people, the environment and arts and culture. In a recent article published in the Guardian's Social Enterprise Network, writer Margaret Heffernan said her and a group of U.S. business school students visited Triodos and others as an example of an exemplary social enterprise.
And Triodos Bank certainly is a great example of doing things the good way. Their expertise include organic food, energy, the arts, microfinance and sustainable banking. Some of their products and services offered include internet banking, savings and investments.
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