Event Overview

Presented by the Financial Times and FT Moral Money - the trusted guide to developments in socially responsible business and sustainable finance - this global digital conference starts at 09:00 GMT and includes a full day’s online agenda. Following the success of 2020 - where we held one global summit for this topic - in 2021 we will host two separate events, focusing on Europe and America respectively. Expertly moderated by some of the FT’s most senior journalists and editors, Moral Money Europe will bring together an elite cohort of senior leaders and financial experts to explore the challenge of shifting capitalism so that it benefits shareholders as well as the whole of society and the planet on which we depend.

A full day of FT-curated content from FT Moral Money designed to help redefine capitalism post-pandemic

Digitally connect with 1,000 senior attendees through greater networking opportunities online

“Build back better” - hear from prominent business chiefs on the importance of taking corporate strategies beyond the financial bottom line

Bringing a unique digital dimension to one of FT Moral Money’s premier Summits

Hosted in association with the world-renowned NGO, WWF

2020 FT Live Attendee
“One of the best online experiences I have had, ever. One of the richest and most deserving of my time and attention. One of the most engrossing events I’ve ever been to, anywhere.”

Key speakers from 2020 included:

Mariana Mazzucato,

Professor, Economics of Innovation and Public Value,

University College London (UCL), Founder/Director, UCL’s Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose

Raymond Dhirani,

Head of Sustainable Finance,


Stephen Badger,

Board Member and Former Chairman,


Andrew Haldane,

Chief Economist,

Bank of England

1,000 attendees
30+ speakers
50% C-suite/Director level attendees