Tidjane Thiam Joins “Council for Inclusive Capitalism” with Pope Francis

 Franco-Ivorian boss of Credit Suisse, Tidjane Thiam, joins the Council for Inclusive Capitalism, initiated by Pope Francis,
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The former Franco-Ivorian boss of Credit Suisse, Tidjane Thiam, joins the Council for Inclusive Capitalism, initiated by Pope Francis, which brings together some twenty world business leaders.

Wanting to emphasize the moral dimensions of economic life in order to promote "integral human development", the Pontiff launched consultations at the end of 2019 with a US-based group known as the Council for Inclusive Capitalism.

On December 8, Pope Francis announced the official launch of a partnership between the Council and the Vatican.

In practice, a group of investors and leaders of major global companies, called “guardians”, commit themselves to “reforming capitalism (…) for the good of humanity” and to ensuring that capitalism rhymes more with justice, inclusion and sustainable development.

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