Financial Capital

One of at least four forms of capital used by people, organizations, corporations, and governments, to build and maintain their livelihoods. Financial Capital includes all financial assets, instruments, and resources (including loans, bonds, stock, expenses, assets, equity, and cash flows) used throughout the the organization’s activities.
Sustainable organizations seek to maximize their effectiveness and efficiency in using financial capital as well as practice policies that sustain the organization economically.
These four forms of capital are described, in detail, in the book Natural Capitalism.

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