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95 per­cent of “ul­tra­wealthy” Amer­i­cans say in­no­va­tion is crit­i­cal in main­tain­ing their suc­cess.

80 per­cent say the fam­ily work ethic is the most im­por­tant com­po­nent of their suc­cess.

41 per­cent rely on pro­fes­sional ad­vis­ers as “the most likely source” of in­no­va­tion.

37 per­cent ex­pect in­no­va­tion to emerge from the busi­ness it­self.

36 per­cent ex­pect in­no­va­tion to come from younger fam­ily mem­bers.

34 per­cent said the wealth man­age­ment busi­ness is not in­no­va­tive.

Source: An SEI Pri­vate Wealth Man­age­ment/scorpio Part­ner­ship an­nual sur­vey of 100 peo­ple rep­re­sent­ing fam­i­lies with fi­nan­cial as­sets more than $20 mil­lion, re­leased Tues­day.

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