The world in which we live has fundamentally changed whether we like it or not. Covid-19 brought the world’s economy to a halt and continues as we write this to disrupt the societies in which we live in. Even after a vaccine is rolled out and the world begins to get back to some sense of normality, there will still be a fundamental shift in attitudes and behaviours.
It’s based on that backdrop that the making wealth matters movement has begun. Imagine the world’s wealthiest individuals living lives of purpose to drive purpose for others. As we reset the world in which we live, we will all need to rethink our wealth creation strategies and the impact we can have in our societies for the better.
Investing with impact is nothing new, but it needs to be aligned with our own personal goals and motivations to make a real and lasting difference. As we re-align our beliefs, what’s important to us and the communities we live and support, we need new ways to drive impacts and align our purposes in the world.
Making wealth matter is a movement aiming to do just that. Born out of a need to make the world of wealth management more purposeful, and the customers happy in the knowledge they are finding and aligning their purpose.