Published twice a year, CREDO is our journal on wealth culture. It will entertain and surprise you, but also give you food for thought.
Owning wealth always brings with it a sense of responsibility. Wealth culture means embracing this responsibility and passing the values tied up in it on to the next generation. Through fascinating profiles, unconventional interviews and gripping reports, our client journal CREDO introduces you to some extraordinary personalities who embody this philosophy.
We yearn for simple solutions, but reality is complex – and it’s going to stay that way. The personalities featured in the current issue of CREDO demonstrate this very clearly:
Her music can grow out of silence, in a state of meditative calm – but sometimes it can also rend that calm asunder like a peal of thunder. The finely woven sounds, shimmering surfaces and aural sculptures of the composer Rebecca Saunders make her one of the outstanding representatives of the "New Simplicity" in music.
"Crimson" (2004/05), performed by Nicolas Hodges (piano)
"Void" (2013/14), Christian Dierstein and Dirk Rothbrust (percussion) with the WDR Symphony Orchestra
"Quartet," live at the University of Toronto
"Blaauw" (2004), performers unknown
"Fury II," live concert recording, Ensemble Linea (2016)
"Molly's Song 3 – shades of crimson" (1995/96), Ensemble Musikfabrik
"Yes" (2016/17), live concert recording, Ensemble Musikfabrik
In this video about our Report, you can learn how five young people invented a digital currency to help many Sardinians emerge from the crisis.
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H.S.H. Prinz Philipp von und zu Liechtenstein, Chairman LGT (CREDO editor)
"With wealth comes obligation. CREDO is our attempt to show what LGT understands by ‘wealth culture’ and what values are important to us."