Article selected by Daniel McDiarmid, Principal Consultant
Wealth-X, December 2015
Is it useful to compare philanthropy by very wealthy people in different countries? While philanthropy-watchers will be interested in this report I don’t think any of its subjects – people with assets over $42.5m — will be reading it or giving more because of it. The report looks at differences in giving according to many variables. The differences by religion are fascinating, but local commentators will point out those figures that make our own people look less generous than others. Read the report for its discussion of philanthropy for the refugee crisis.
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