Our colleague in The Netherlands, Herman Mulder, has just published some sound and impressive recommendations for adjusting markets to accommodate “wealth” creation more comprehensively, as defined by the Sustainable Development Goals. I find his thinking closely aligned with the Caux Round Table’s vision of a moral capitalism.
Herman now works with the Impact Institute. He is noted for being an advocate, expert in international law and a key player in the development of corporate responsibility, impact investment and ESG integration. Mulder is most notable for the initiation of the Equator Principles. He is currently a Chairman of the True Price Foundation, member of the board of the Dutch National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for MNE’s and the former Chairman of the Global Reporting Initiative.