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Further workshops it would be good to see:

1. The cost of rising inequality - to us all. The role of value exchange systems in reducing it.

2. Creating a financial system to serve a growth-constrained world

3. Psychology of sociopathy in financial systems - is it treatable?

Until we address natural capital resource constraints; excessive inequality; and what appears to be hormonally driven psychopathy in some financial services it is hard to see how a 21st century of financial services can be developed.

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