Kristin Nelson, National Head of Private Business Owner Solutions, Family Wealth Advisors, BNP Paribas GroupJane Warner, Senior Wealth Strategist, Family Wealth Advisors, BNP Paribas Group
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Statistically, every day 10,000 Baby Boomers will reach the age of 65, a phenomena that will occur daily until 2029. And, according to the Small Business Administration, half of small business owners are currently over age 50.
For decades, asset owners have worked to align their public equity investments with their values. Today, many investors in public equity consider social and environmental issues in their investment selection processes.
What do people really mean when they talk about “impact investing?” Why do people make impact investments, and how do they do it? What counts, and what doesn’t? This primer provides family enterprises with clear explanations of the “why,” “how,” and “what” of impact investing.
One of the greatest concerns among wealthy parents is that the family’s great fortune might inadvertently lead to misfortune for their children. Raising responsible children in affluence is a life-long task requiring patience and persistence.
Identity theft is a risk that continues to grow and change daily. Due to the many forms identity theft can take, including medical, credit, and financial, the threat remains prevalent and affects millions of people every year.
At some point, most families ask if they should have a family meeting, recognizing the importance of providing a forum for sharing news, concerns, opportunities, and challenges in an open and direct way.