• The biggest names on Wall Street

    “Kim’s book shows how individual financiers can succeed… through conscious capitalism. And to prove her point, she interviews the biggest names on Wall Street who have done exactly that.”

    — John Mackey, Co-Founder & Co-Chief Executive Officer, Whole Foods

  • Best starter course I have yet seen

    "Our predicament today, as Robert Johnson, former chief economist of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee eloquently puts it, is that, “The servant’s servant has become the master’s master.’ If we are to ever reverse this situation, we will need both inspiration and pragmatism. Transforming Wall Street is the best starter course I have yet seen."

    — Professor Peter Senge, MIT, Sloan School of Management, Author of The Fifth Discipline

  • Rosetta Stone for financial leaders

    “This extraordinary book is a Rosetta Stone for financial leaders and anyone who wishes to transform his or her relationship with money.”

    — Alan Cohen, Author of The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

  • Insights on more important questions

    "The idea that the corporation's job is to maximize shareholder value is a myth that neither serves the interests of society, the corporation, or ironically, even shareholders (beyond the short-term) and it's just one of the ideas explored in Transforming Wall Street, a book that probes 50 leading Wall Street figures for their insights on more important questions than how to make money in the markets."

    — Jack Schwager, author of Market Wizards

  • 50 leading Wall Street financiers, academics and futurists

    "Kim Ann Curtin's experience coaching 'conscious capitalism comes through as she captures the practices of 50 leading Wall Street financiers, academics and futurists who allow Wall Street to serve not greed but the greater good."

    — Keith Ferrazzi, author of #1 New York Times bestseller Never Eat Alone and Who\'s Got Your Back

  • This single book might just get us there

    “Our entire planetary future depends upon bringing more consciousness to finance. It’s not an exaggeration to say that this single book might just get us there.”

    — Raphael Cushnir, Author of The One Thing Holding You Back and Surfing Your Inner Sea

  • Today’s most accomplished thinkers and players

    “Kim Ann Curtin has bravely faced facts in the much-maligned recent history of Wall Street and woven together interviews from some of today’s most accomplished thinkers and players to create a brocade of strategies for conscious leadership that will, if implemented, make our financial power centers both successful and responsible again.”

    — Marshall Goldsmith, author of the New York Times and global bestseller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

  • Well worth reading

    “Through her interviews, Curtin defines what true capitalism can be and should be. She exposes the situations that have hindered capitalism, such as government interference in free markets, from fulfilling its potential for long-term prosperity for everyone. Well worth reading.”

    — John A. Allison, President and CEO of the Cato Institute, Retired Chairman and CEO, BB&T

  • Kim Ann Curtin delivers

    “In her new book, Kim Ann Curtin delivers brilliant answers to the capitalist bashers and wolves of Wall Street alike.”

    — Oswald Grubel, Former Group CEO UBS AG

  • A force for good

    “Kim Ann Curtin’s book reveals the truth that many business leaders already know in their hearts: business can be, and should be, a force for good.”

    — Professor Lynn Stout, Distinguished Professor of Corporate and Business Law, Jack G. Clarke Business Law Institute, Cornell Law School & Author of The Shareholder Value Myth

  • The true essence of capitalism

    “In Transforming Wall Street, Kim Ann Curtin strips away layers of justifications and misconceptions to provide us with the true essence of capitalism and how it can be consciously used to maximize human potential."

    — Amy Domini, Founder of Domini Social Investments & Author of Socially Responsible Investing: Making a Difference and Making Money

  • We need more good people on Wall Street

    “There are a lot of good people on Wall Street, but the most notorious ones are known to the public for the wrong reasons. Every day, conscious capitalism faces resistance on Wall Street. We need more good people on Wall Street. This book sheds light on the good actors and provides readers with a toolkit to follow in their footsteps.” 

    — Brad Katsuyama, President & CEO IEX Group, Inc.

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