Philiippe d’Ornano

Founder and Executive Director of Economics of Mutuality

Former Chief Economist of Mars, Incorporated



Bruno Roche is the founder and executive director of the Economics of Mutuality, a new school of thought and a disruptive model for economic performance designed to transform business at the core, establish reciprocal relationships between business, society and the environment – and by doing so nurture a movement of purposeful and thriving companies aiming at promoting a more complete form of capitalism.

He served as the Chief Economist of Mars, incorporated between 2006 and 2020. In that position he has been leading Catalyst, a global thought leadership capability and internal corporate think tank to Mars which has been the laboratory for the Economics of Mutuality between 2007 and 2020.

In 2020, recognising its potential to reshape the landscape of business, finance and management education, Mars endorsed Bruno to re-deploy the Economics of Mutuality as a structurally independent public interest foundation with a management consultancy arm, able to grow beyond the boundaries of one company. Today, he leads the Economics of Mutuality globally from Geneva, Switzerland with the support of Mars as a key partner.

He co-created Economics of Mutuality Labs at the Saïd business schools of Oxford University and CEIBS (Shanghai); he is a visiting lecturer in different universities and serves as an expert to the World Economic Forum; he co-authored Completing Capitalism: Heal Business to Heal the World, which has been published in both English and Chinese and co-edited the Oxford University Press book called Putting Purpose into Practice: the Economics of Mutuality with Oxford Saïd Business School’s Professor Colin Mayer.