The multi-stakeholder operating system (MsOS) holds the potential to make capitalism more defendable as the most viable system for increasing living standards for people everywhere. Such a claim gains validity if we view companies as a system of relationships, or economic ecosystem. When an ecosystem thrives, everything within it should benefit.
A multi-stakeholder operating system is comprised of intangible assets. This presents a challenge for analysts and investors. Despite widespread recognition that corporate performance increasingly depends on intangible assets, our accounting and financial reporting apparatus is designed to provide investors with information about tangible assets. As such, the framework for Concinnity’s MsOS investment research process required the construction of an intangible asset evaluation system.