Michael Schluter, our founder, and Jonathan Rushworth suggest that relational companies can address social concerns and transform capitalism from within. The structure and operation of listed companies, including banks and other financial institutions, have in many respects failed the society they were intended to serve. The various parties who rely on companies for their livelihood and wellbeing, in particular shareholders, directors and employees, tend to focus on their own limited interests with no real connection or relationship within and between each stakeholder group. An alternative approach is proposed in this report, which addresses many of the current issues of concern and is based on a solution which focuses on the relationships between all stakeholders. It puts relationships at the heart of a company and its operations by means of a Relational Business Charter, and proposes a mechanism for assessing the quality of relationships in listed companies.