This is a difficult question, Namlan, because creating wealth has become journalese for what economists call creating income. The difference between income and wealth is important: wealth is a stock of assets (financial and non-financial), income is a flow (usually of a financial asset, money). The big difference is that wealth is a stock (like water in a lake, measured in gallons) and income a flow (like water in a river, measured in gallons/minute).
So I wouldn't use your proposed formula, and I'd be conscious that create wealth is already an imprecise journalistic expression. It would be safer and less pretentious to say make money.