Jon Bon Jovi (right) and his son, Jesse Bongiovi. Bongiovi talked about Hampton Water, which he launched with his Grammy-winning father, at one of the UBS lunches. Photo: Doron Gild
Jon Bon Jovi (right) and his son, Jesse Bongiovi. Bongiovi talked about Hampton Water, which he launched with his Grammy-winning father, at one of the UBS lunches. Photo: Doron Gild

Millennial heirs with lavish fortunes are going to summer camps by UBS and Morgan Stanley

Functions targeting wealthy people with an average age of 27, who rank among the world’s most sought-after clients, are being hosted by the likes of UBS, Citi Private Bank, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse

Jon Bon Jovi (right) and his son, Jesse Bongiovi. Bongiovi talked about Hampton Water, which he launched with his Grammy-winning father, at one of the UBS lunches. Photo: Doron Gild
Jon Bon Jovi (right) and his son, Jesse Bongiovi. Bongiovi talked about Hampton Water, which he launched with his Grammy-winning father, at one of the UBS lunches. Photo: Doron Gild
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