Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Eliminating the sustainability conundrum of high net-worth individuals

Social impact, credit rating, and investment performance are critical factors in determining the sustainability of high net-worth individuals’ (HNWIs) asset preservation potential. Just like any other wealth-building vehicles, HNWI investments are subject to market fluctuations and specific risks. However, with proper financial planning and strategies, undesirable results can be mitigated, if not eradicated.

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Sustainability is what HNWIs need to remain in their status. Doing so is not easy and requires strong commitment, perseverance, and research. Included in the equation is a good credit rating and security against identity theft. Wealthy people, naturally, are the most common targets of high-profile fraud, whether in a conventional setup or online.

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High net-worth investors might also need to consider their social impact as a critical factor in preserving their wealth and keeping losses at bay. It also has the potential to identify investment opportunities on which to place their money. Those that are directly affected by their profile in their respective fields are particularly good resources to tap into (celebrities investing in social media is a good example). All they need is a person to turn to for advice on opportunities and execution.

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The ultra-high net-worth community—composed of elites whose investible assets reach or exceed $40 million—are the primary driver for growth within the high net-worth wealth segment of the economy.  

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