These days, people are embracing a holistic and multi-dimensional definition of wealth—one that includes money and other assets. We see this multi-dimensional definition of wealth mirrored back to us through the evolving wealth management industry, which is adopting a more holistic approach.
Last week, I ventured up to 118th street in NYC to “Bring Visibility to Invisible Wealth” at Columbia University. The room was filled with students from around the world; students who are focused on attaining the intangible assets of knowledge, experience, and relationships.
This presentation is sponsored by the Suffolk Frost Society. The Frost Society honors and thanks those who reach beyond their own lives to ensure the gift of educational opportunity to future generations of Suffolk students.
One year ago I signed a contract with Wiley to publish Invisible Wealth, making my invisible idea a visible reality. Putting these 62,000+ words out and into the world was/is beyond words (for me). Ahead of publication, I had ideas as to which parts of the Invisible Wealth might resonate most with people...
"Bringing Visibility to Invisible Wealth" Summary: In today's rapidly changing world, the concept of wealth is evolving significantly. In this keynote, we explore the profound impact of intangible assets on individuals, businesses and society. Through research and anecdotes, Jennifer sheds light on the (often) overlooked dimensions of wealth.
The New York 2022 Edition of our Family Office Forum, where 100+ Family Offices and UHNWIs will gather in a confidential setting where you can meet your peers, share your experience, and learn from each other.
Jennifer Wines, autora do recem-publicado livro "Invisible Wealth", explica que, antes, a palavra estava associada a bem-estar, e passou a ser relacionada a abundância de dinheiro. Hoje, segundo ela, ha cinco princípios para o termo
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We start our next round table on the Future of Wealth Management as a fundamental transformation has started. The engine is the set of disruptive technologies such as generative AI or tokenization combined with data science. The financial industry has the opportunity to meet the needs of its customers faster than ever before, in a fully personalized way.
The meaning of words can change over time, and "wealth" is an example of one of those words. Traditionally, people have equated wealth with an abundance of money and material possessions. There are evolutionary reasons for this. However, the answer to the question "what is wealth" is undergoing a transformation in lockstep with technological innovations and societal shifts.
Jennifer's book challenges traditional notions of wealth and encourages us to view it from a broad perspective. She argues that true wealth is not just about monetary value, but rather a combination of invisible assets such as health, knowledge, time, and relationships that contribute to our overall well-being.
Through a millennial lens, Wines takes a refreshed look at fundamentally familiar concepts: money, investment, health, knowledge, status, influence, time, energy, experiences, and relationships. She masterfully braids together practical and philosophical considerations for each, honoring the multi-dimensional nature of wealth.
The new paradigm of investing takes into consideration both sides of the proverbial coin: the quantitative and the qualitative. Investors are looking back at the historical returns and are also looking forward at the future implications of their investments, reviewing both the numbers and the narratives.