Do Britain’s banks have a social conscience? Well a new report suggests they do. Data provided by RBS and analysed by the social research company Social Spider says UK banks are leaning over £3bn annually to social organisations – and that’s about as much as they get from institutions dedicated to social investments. So have we got the big banks wrong? Steve Clarke was joined by Thom Kenrick, Head of Community Programmes at RBS.

→ Listen to the original Share Radio broadcast here

→ Read the RBS / Social Spider report “Forest for the Trees: UK banks’ investment in a social purpose” (July 2016) here