Hong Kong HNWI Population Asset Allocation Trends Discussed in In-demand WealthInsight Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

08 Jan 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Real estate was the biggest asset class for high net worth individuals (HNWIs) in Hong Kong in 2012, accounting for over 35.5% of total assets of HNWIs. It was followed by business interests, equities and cash with shares of 21.4%, 17.4% and 12.2%, respectively. During 2008-2012, the strongest growth was registered in such asset classes as equities, alternatives and real estate. As of 2012, Hong Kong HNWIs’ liquid assets accounted for more than 19% of total wealth holdings and stood at USD 218 billion in 2012.

Hong Kong HNWI holdings in cash and fixed income are anticipated to decrease as an asset class through 2017. However, despite considerable growth during 2008-2012, equities, real estate asset classes and alternative products are forecast to follow a downward trend in the next four years.

In-demand research report “HNWI Asset Allocation in Hong Kong to 2013” worked out by WealthInsight covers the HNWI population along with the wealth management market in Hong Kong.

The study grants access to valuable data on the most recent asset allocations of Hong Kong HNWIs across the main 13 asset classes. It discloses important information on historical (2007-2012) and current HNWI performance, and also presents forecasts for wealth, volume and asset allocations of Hong Kong HNWI population through 2017. The research report characterizes the key asset allocation trends in Hong Kong, scrutinizes the major factors driving the HNWI wealth in detail, and provides a thorough discussion of the burning wealth management issues.

Report Details:

HNWI Asset Allocation in Hong Kong to 2013
Published: December, 2013
Pages: 68
Price: US$ 1,995.00 

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