Not sure your charitable giving is having the impact you want? You’re not alone. Only 40% of those surveyed about philanthropy for our UBS Investor Watch report are fully satisfied with the results of their giving. Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to be sure you’re giving with impact.
Listen to a replay of our call with Bill Sutton, Head of UBS Philanthropic Services to find out:
- The advantages of giving assets instead of cash
- How to create your own fund for giving
- Innovative ways the Next Generation is making a powerful philanthropic impact
David McWilliams, Head of UBS Wealth Management Transformation, led this important discussion.
Euromoney has recognized UBS for having the “Best Philanthropy Services in the World” three years in a row, and we’re here to help you. Connect with your UBS Financial Advisor or find a UBS Financial Advisor.
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