The Conference took place in the City of London on June 26th, 2015.

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A new not for profit organization dedicated to promoting the Inclusive Capitalism movement.

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"For centuries, capitalism has been the key driver of the world's economic growth. But today, capitalism needs
to write its next, more inclusive chapter. Great companies of the future will embed sustainable business
practices into the fabric of their organization. They will align the needs of society with those of their business"
Indra Nooyi, CEO, PepsiCo
"Being ‘less bad’ is no longer sufficient. It’s about moving from share value to shared values where business sees itself as part of society, not separate from it."
Paul Polman, Chief Executive Officer, Unilever
"The systematic integration of ESG factors in the business strategy and model of a company can increase the value of the different forms of capital and minimize the amount of negative externalities. As a result, firms that integrate ESG factors will outperform their competitors in the long-term. However, the mechanisms to improve long-term financial performance will not be the same for every company"
George Serafeim, Harvard Business School
"Inclusive Capitalism is fundamentally about delivering a basic social contract comprised of relative equality of outcomes, equality of opportunity, and fairness across generations. Different societies will place different weights on these elements but few would omit any of them."
Mark Carney, Governor, The Bank of England
"Inclusive capitalism is
about reconnecting wealth creation and social justice – not only encouraging companies to pursue a corporate
social responsibility programme, but about challenging and supporting them to pursue a culture and a business
model that has at its heart a deeply rooted understanding of the common good… "
The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
"Business, government, and civil society must join together in setting smart, effective regulations and policies that ensure a productive, responsible future. The right ideas, with the right partners can become a global force for change."
Andrew Liveris, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Dow Chemical Company
"The ongoing short–termism in the business world is undermining corporate investment and holding back economic growth. If large asset owners adopt strategies aimed at maximising long-term results, then other key players will follow suit. This conference will tackle the practical steps that must be taken for such a crucial shift to be achieved, and I am delighted to be involved."
Mark Wiseman, CEO, Canada Pension Plan Investment
"Inclusive capitalism is holistic in its approach. It takes into account the interests not just of shareholders, but of
all stakeholders in society and the environment that surrounds them. Seeing beyond short-term cash profit, it
places a decisive emphasis on longer-term returns and acknowledges the broader impact of its activities upon
the well-being and dignity of all the people who manufacture products, provide services and generate revenue"
John Studzinski, Investor Relations and Business Development, Blackstone
"…The better parts of our human natures – our courage and sense of fairness to name only two – can overcome
those that would consign us to failure. It remains to us to harness these to design a capitalism that is more
relevant and more resilient, sooner rather than later"
Adrian Orr, CEO, New Zealand Superannuation Fund

The work of the Coalition on Inclusive Capitalism is made possible by: