R360 Global was featured in Bloomberg. Article highlights include:
- R360 is an exclusive, invitation-only group for individuals with a net worth of $100 million or more.
- Two billionaires were nominated for membership but were not accepted due to conflicting values and intentions with the group's core values.
- R360 focuses on developing six kinds of capital: financial, intellectual, spiritual, human, emotional, and social over a three-year "journey" that costs $180,000 for a family membership.
- Wealth networks like R360 offer access to deal flow, investment opportunities, and connections to experts at elite universities and medical schools.
- The group's overarching purpose is to create an "oasis for strategic wealth creators and their families to flourish."
- R360 members can participate in exclusive getaways and retreats, such as the one on Richard Branson's private Necker Island, where they engage with speakers, play tennis, and explore the island's wildlife.
- Future plans include visits to West Point and opportunities for members to document their life stories and wealth legacies through documentaries and memoirs.
- R360 also addresses topics related to generational wealth management, mental health, and relationship dynamics among wealthy individuals and their families.
- The group aims to grow its membership to around 500 members in the U.S. and 500 abroad while maintaining its independence and long-term sustainability.
- Wealth inequality and discussions of taxing the rich have heightened the need for such exclusive networks among ultra-wealthy individuals.
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