We cannot separate investing from morality—but how do we bridge the obvious gap?
Ben Nicka is currently studying theological ethics in a master’s program at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. He returned to school in September after spending a decade and a half in mergers and acquisitions due diligence, primarily in New York City. He is exploring options for a Ph.D. research project focused on the ethics of finance and bridging the chasm between the ethical discussions and approaches of finance professionals and those in academia and theology. He holds a master of arts in religion from Westminster Theological Seminary. He and his wife Hee-Jung have a lively nine-year-old son.