The 2016 Conference on Inclusive Capitalism will take place on October 10th in New York City, USA.

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Learn more about the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism – a not for profit organization dedicated to promoting the Inclusive Capitalism movement.

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For inclusive capitalism to succeed, we need leaders in business to re-imagine their roles, to regain public trust through action.
Richard Edelman, President and CEO, Edelman
Inclusive capitalism provides everyone in the market economy with the opportunity to develop their sense of entrepreneurship and achieve better results. The following are two key actions that are essential to achieving this objective. First, we need reform. To the Chinese, reform means realizing better lives for all. Second, top enterprises must play their part through innovative transformation and by making more social commitments towards the goal of inclusive growth.
Yan Hao, Chairman of Board, Pacific Construction Group
In my career as an asset manager my goal has been to make high quality investment processes, akin to those used in hedge funds, available to everyone via readily available mutual funds at a reasonable price. It would be a shame if well-meaning regulations made this vision impossible to deliver expect to the wealthy.
Euan Munro, Chief Executive, Aviva Investors
…we believe that good ESG scores are often a signal of management quality, particularly over the long term.
Philipp M. Hildebrand, Vice Chairman, BlackRock Inc
…too many people are excluded from, or are unable to engage with, the financial services that are essential to playing a full part in an inclusive society…these issues must be addressed if we are to achieve inclusive capitalism.
Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, Chair, Financial Inclusion Commission
The discussion around inclusive capitalism embraces fundamental questions about our search for balance between efficiency and equity. Such questions area absolutely critical for societies that strive to grow the economic pie to meet individuals’ expectations, whilst slicing it in ways that secure the sustainability of their own institutional framework.
José Neves Adelino, Trustee, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

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