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Next generation of investors rise as intergenerational wealth transfer begins

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Australia is on the brink of a historic $3.5 trillion wealth transfer to Gen Z and Millennials, with significant implications for financial strategies and investments.

Australia is on the brink of experiencing the largest intergenerational transfer of wealth in its history, with a staggering $3.5 trillion AUD expected to be inherited by Gen Zs and Millennials by 2050. This substantial shift in capital ownership promises to usher in a transformation in how these finances are leveraged for improved living.

This massive shift in wealth ownership holds the potential to usher in a new era of financial decision-making for the younger generations. As the torch passes from the older generations to Gen Z and Millennials, there will be a fundamental change in the ways finances are leveraged and invested.

Experts in the financial industry are closely monitoring this historic wealth transfer, which will impact not only individual financial destinies but also the broader economic landscape. The scale of this wealth handover, estimated at $3.5 trillion AUD, presents significant opportunities and responsibilities for the inheritors.

One noteworthy trend among the younger generation is the rise of angel investing. This form of early-stage investing allows individuals to support startups and small businesses, often with the expectation of significant returns on investment. As Gen Z and Millennials take control of their inherited wealth, angel investing is likely to become a prominent feature of their financial strategies.

The implications of this financial handover are profound, both for the individuals receiving these substantial inheritances and for the Australian economy as a whole. The decisions made by Gen Z and Millennials in how they utilise their newfound wealth will play a pivotal role in shaping the financial landscape for years to come.

Funding Futures is presented by VentureCrowd, To find out more about Conscious Investing, head to venturecrowd.com.au. 

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Home Equity Bank CEO champions transformative leadership through embracing inclusivity

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In conversation with the newly appointed CEO of Home Equity Bank exploring her vision for inclusion.

In The Driver’s Seat shines a light on unconventional success stories. Each episode takes viewers on a journey into the lives of industry leaders, trailblazers, and entrepreneurs who have carved their own unique paths to success. Join Penny as she navigates the roads less travelled with the visionaries shaping the future.

Hosted by Penny Lane, Founder and CEO The Perfect Cosmetics Company. 

In this episode, Penny is joined by Katherine Dudtschak, newly appointed CEO and President of Home Equity Bank Canada. #in the driver’s seat.

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Seamless experience key to e-commerce customer conversion

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Exploring the top tips to maximise your online customer conversion.

Ecomm Insider is an insightful talk show that explores the fast changing world of ecommerce marketing, current trends & business practices for Gen Z & Millennial brands & marketers.

Hosted by the CEO and Founder of MADE. Marketing, Madelene Ragno.

In this episode, Madelene breaks down the key elements that can turn your ecommerce store visitors into customers. #ecomm insider

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The future of fashion: re-sale over retail

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In the ever changing retail landscape, consumers are being drawn to pre-loved goods to get their fashion fix.

Ecomm Insider is an insightful talk show that explores the fast changing world of ecommerce marketing, current trends & business practices for Gen Z & Millennial brands & marketers.

Hosted by the CEO and Founder of MADE. Marketing, Madelene Ragno.

In this episode, Madelene is joined by Brooke Marks and Lauren Kennedy from renowned luxury re-sale platform, High End. #ecomm insider #trending

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