Unleashing the potential of good capital by restoring faith in finance that promotes the well-being of people.

“To stop investing in people, in order to gain greater short-term financial gain, is bad business for society” (Laudato Si, n. 128). This village address this “golden rule” of finance and economics in search of proposals and best practices. Trust is fundamental to investments that work for the common good. And trust is grounded in human connection. How and when can finance become inclusive and serve humanity?


We want to focus on the potential of finance to be an instrument for human integral development and care of creation, in light of Catholic Social Thought. We are committed to work locally and globally towards fraternity-driven financial markets, cultivating seed by seed, and walking side by side.

Final Statement EoF, Assisi 2022