Ultra-Wealthy Inheritors Embrace Philanthropy

An Emerging Generation Seeks To Establish Its Own Legacy While Learning From The Experiences Of Other Charitable Families

For many of ultra-wealthy inheritors (net worth = US$100 million or more), philanthropy isn’t an ancillary benefit of extreme wealth – it’s a defining characteristic. Research suggests they are not just interested in “doing good.” They are committed to making a significant positive impact on society and the world. With that in mind, it’s a little surprising that about half the ultra-wealthy inheritors recently surveyed report only “directional philanthropic goals.”

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