Financial Capital

WHAT IS FINANCIAL CAPITAL

‘Financial Capital’ is an economic metaphor for all manufactured capital, such as buildings, factories, machinery, physical infrastructure (roads, water systems), as well as all financial capital and intellectual capital (technology, software, patents, brands, etc.). As part of our Financial Value Addition (FCXTM) assessment, we estimate the total contribution of the firm to its direct non-shareholder stakeholders via the income approach to measuring gross domestic product (GDP).

WHAT DO WE MEASURE IN FINANCIAL CAPITAL?









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