By David Bicknell
John Kay’s column in the FT yesterday on the need for pluralism in business structures (that include mutuals) was a good read.
In “Lessons from the house that Lewis built”, he argues that we need to find more robust capital and governance structures that permit wider forms of commercial activity. Worth a read (you may need to register or find “Lessons from the house that Lewis built” via Google)
The column refers to a recent report by the Ownership Commission chaired by Will Hutton. You can read the report here