The Embankment Project for Inclusive Capitalism

Launched in June 2017, this project will develop and test a new framework to better reflect the full value companies create through human, physical, financial and intellectual capital deployment.

The Coalition

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

Commitments

Organizations are taking action and committing to the future.

Enabling more long-term investment is the single action that would make the biggest difference in achieving a more inclusive capitalism.
Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Co
…the single action that would yield the biggest difference would be if businesses were willing to take a greater share of the responsibility for what goes on within the total reach of their value chains… We can’t expect capitalism to be inclusive if we don’t accept an inclusive form of responsibility for what goes on in the name of capital.
Paul Polman, Chief Executive Officer, Unilever
Inclusive capitalism to me means that everyone in our society can participate in the benefits of economic growth.
David Atkin, Chief Executive Officer, Cbus
The main barrier to achieving inclusive capitalism is short-termism – both of companies and of shareholders.
Lim Siong Guan, Group President, GIC
Inclusive capitalism serves to narrow disparities rather than feeding on them. It embraces the freedom and ingenuity of the markets, whilst also ensuring that people and communities are resilient in the face of instability.
Darren Walker, President, Ford Foundation
Capital can have a positive impact on the world and…by integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics into their decision-making, investor scan both do well and do good.
Lynn Forester de Rothschild, Chairman, Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism

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