The Six Types of Wealth

Family Wealth capital is developed when the family generates respect and trust by regular communication

Financial Wealth capital is what the family must do to sustain its monetary wealth often by creating clear and realistic expectations
among heirs

Spiritual Wealth capital is put into place when a family understands the deeper meaning and purpose of wealth in their lives

Structural Wealth capital develops from a combination of a written family constitution and regular meetings of family councils and accountability and clear communication to beneficiaries

Human Wealth capital is developed when families build self-esteem and identity independent of having money

Societal Wealth capital is created when the family expresses their values in the community through action while involve all family members in service and philanthropy