Germany HNWI Market Trends Analysed by WealthInsight in New Research Report Available at

18 Jun 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Over the years 2009-2013, the number of Germany’ core high net worth individuals (HNWIs) surged by nearly 7.5% to reach 1,370,364 by the end of the review period. The combined wealth held by these stood at USD 2.8 trillion as of 2013. In the years to come, their number is anticipated to grow to 1,548,373 by 2018-end, posting a rise of just over 10%. Meantime, HNWIs’ wealth is expected to reach USD 5.60 trillion by 2018-end, an increase of 25%.

Germany’ HNWIs held USD 1.5 trillion (just over 34.5% of their total wealth) outside their homeland in 2013 (higher than the world average of 20–30%).

New market research study “High Net Worth trends in Germany 2014” elaborated by WealthInsight canvasses the German HNWI population and wealth management sector.

The research report offers a comprehensive and unbiased analysis of the wealth management market at the national scale. It discloses key data on how HNWIs performed during 2009-2013, and especially through the crisis, as well as limelights their performance as of now. The study characterises the prevailing trends in the country’s HNWI volumes and wealth, gives an overview of assets allocated by HNWIs and ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWIs) across the thirteen classes of assets, and looks at the main factors driving HNWI wealth. The study identifies the most rapidly growing cities and states for UHNWIs, reviews the leading industry participants, besides providing perspectives on Germany’s wealth management market’s future including HNWI wealth and volume forecasts up to 2018.

Report Details:

High Net Worth trends in Germany 2014
Published: June, 2014
Pages: 84
Price: US$ 1,995.00

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