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December 15, 2015

Widespread access to digital information and social media could be driving ultra-high net worth millennials to engage more on philanthropy and impact investing, says the author of a new report that is focussed on the next generation’s attitudes to wealth. 

Widespread access to digital information and social media could be driving ultra-high net worth millennials to engage more on philanthropy and impact investing, says the author of a new report that is focussed on the next generation’s attitudes to wealth.

November 22, 2011

Next-generation members need to show an understanding of the value of money if they are to gain their parents’ trust and inherit their family’s fortune, according to Barclays Wealth’s Catherine Grum.

Next-generation members need to show an understanding of the value of money if they are to gain their parents’ trust and inherit their family’s fortune, according to Barclays Wealth’s Catherine Grum.

May 1, 2004

Just as having too little money can be emotionally troublesome, so can having too much; family business inheritors need to work hard to establish a sense of self in the face of an ­all-encompassing financial security blanket, says Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Just as having too little money can be emotionally troublesome, so can having too much; family business inheritors need to work hard to establish a sense of self in the face of an ­all-encompassing financial security blanket, says Melanie Stern

At 21, most young adults receive a metaphorical 'key to the door'. The average 21-year-old is either ensconced in study or figuring out their first years in the world of work, understanding their place in society and generally having a good time.

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