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Does ownership structure matter in the long term?

Written by The Pragmatist Friday, 02 March 2012 20:27
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Thanks to The Foundation for another entertaining Forum last night - this time on whether ownership structure is the only thing that matters for long term growth.

The discussion opened with some insights on ownership from Michael Green of Philanthrocapitalism fame, Luke Mayhew, former managing director of John Lewis (who also chairs the remuneration committees of some large corporations), and the inimitable Anthony Hilton, Financial Editor of the Evening Standard. 

And there was plenty of vibrant discussion about the merits of competing forms of business ownership, whether by employees, shareholders, customers, partners, joint venturers and even benevolent dictators. 

But it was clear that how a business is owned has little to do with long term growth.

To readmore, goto

http://sdj-pragmatist.blogspot.com/2012/03/does-ownership-structure-matter-in-long.html

Simon is the author of Lipstick on a Pig
Last modified on Friday, 02 March 2012 20:33

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