Banking giants host summer camps for ultra-wealthy heirs

Banking giants host summer camps for ultra-wealthy heirs
Some summer camps are trading in ropes courses and friendship bracelets for financial planning and networking. It’s all part of a new effort by high-end banks to attract the next generation of ultra-wealthy clients. Bloomberg Wealth writer Suzanne Woolley visited one of the camps and joined CBSN with more insight.

Banking giants host summer camps for ultra-wealthy heirs

4 thoughts on “Banking giants host summer camps for ultra-wealthy heirs”

  1. Oh Yeah!! Summer Camp for the Over Privileged. because being rich back home means you have no access to the outdoors or physical fitness activities, probably have to eat all organic chef prepared foods to their individual demands, sleep in compact cottages complete with kitchen, bath, entertaining area and hand tufted eider down beds, fresh bed and bath linen everyday, Summer Camp for the Over Privileged. you really have to want to go.

  2. like a scene out of ''Bad Behavior'', all the rich kids go to camp and come home perfectly programmed to succeed in business and live in a covenant controlled community. kind of a Bilderberg for kids.

  3. A think tank for trust fund babies so these kids don't become [or remain depending on your own take] an inherent waste of space and oxygen. Fine. Everybody has to start where they're at in order to improve. shrugs 😕

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