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The rising economic clout of women across the globe is changing the face of wealth, giving and legacy.

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The new face of wealth and legacy

Written by  The Economist Intelligence Unit

How women are redefining wealth, giving and legacy planning. The way people accumulate, manage and give their money is changing across the globe.

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The new look of legacy: Infusing social purpose with family values

For Canadian women, legacy means passing on ideals as well as wealth – work hard, be passionate and make a difference.

Canadian women create a legacy centred on family and social impact

Canadians aren’t just thinking about their own legacies; more women agree it’s important to lay a foundation for the legacy of family and future generations.
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More wealth, more impact: How women at the highest levels of wealth help society

Written by  The Economist Intelligence Unit

As women and the next generation acquire more wealth, they are thinking about how they can make a positive societal impact.

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Closing the wealth gap: How women leverage entrepreneurship and cultural change to generate wealth

Written by  The Economist Intelligence Unit

Women are breaking down corporate walls and cultural barriers. Is gender equality in wealth becoming more of a reality?

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The new Canadian legacy

Written by  The Economist Intelligence Unit

The next generation views social responsibility and family relationships as the keys to defining the mark they want to leave on the world. What does that mean for the future of giving in this country?

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79% of Canadian respondents with more than US$5 million in assets say the legacy they want to leave differs from their parents’ views on legacy.

- Data from a survey conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit © 2018

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