Legal & General CEO Nigel Wilson has been sharing his views on forbes.com about inclusive capitalism. He believes that 30 years of unbridled capitalism have left many questioning the fairness of an economic system that has created huge wealth, while leaving so many people behind.
Our business strategy is based on ‘inclusive capitalism’ but it can be a difficult concept to understand. We want to protect our customers’ financial lives and add value for shareholders, but we want to do that by investing in things that are good for society as a whole. In this way, more people can benefit from economic growth.
Here, we’ve taken the 10 traits of inclusive capitalism that Nigel has highlighted and sought to demonstrate how we’re making them a reality.