What does living beyond 100 mean for your wealth and investments?
If the next generation routinely lives beyond 100, it is likely to be the result of a huge leap forward in healthcare. These advances will continue as technology, and in particular machine learning, transforms medicine in profound ways. But this won’t be the only area of our world to change.
The lives of the next generation will also be shaped by AI. The impact of these two trends could have huge implications for the economy, work, housing and education, as the next generation embraces a more flexible and adaptable attitude to work.
Barclays Private Bank can help you take advantage of complex new trends shaping the global economy, ensuring that you are making the most of your wealth and investments.
“We are seeing key innovative technologies, including AI, quantum computing and bioscience affecting day-to-day life for individuals, small businesses, large corporates and governments,” says Barclays Private Bank CEO Karen Frank.
“As these technologies become more established and embed themselves into society, a new operating system for the planet starts to emerge. Barclays can help you to understand what this will mean for you, business, and society in 2019 and beyond.”
We leverage expertise across the whole Barclays group, including its corporate and investment banking operations, giving us access to a huge range of insights and expertise. Our researchers can also draw upon a global network of experts and innovators, and are constantly looking for emerging themes and new opportunities.
Our team-based approach, brings together investment and credit specialists, wealth advisers, philanthropy experts, specialist solution teams and many others to help clients make the right decisions.
“Barclays has a long history supporting innovation,” says Frank. “It is ingrained in our DNA and will help our clients navigate the opportunities innovation presents, now and in the future.”
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