Dutch Wealth Sector Analysed & Forecast by WealthInsight in New Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com19 Mar 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - As of 2014, the number of HNWIs almost struck the 187,190 mark in the Netherlands, an increase by 3 percent Y-o-Y. In 2013, the growth was lower (2.4 percent).
Total wealth of Dutch HNWIs amounted to over USD 752.28 billion in 2014, with each HNWI holding around USD 4 million on average. Approximately 30 percent of wealth was held overseas by local HNWIs, while the worldwide average is 20-30 percent.
The number of HNWIs in the Netherlands is expected to continue growing (by over 12.8 percent) in the years to come to reach almost 214,960 in 2019. The total local wealth is forecast to amount to USD 1 billion in the same year, an increase by around 33 percent each year.
New market research report “Netherlands Wealth Report 2015” worked out by WealthInsight draws up an elaborate picture of the Dutch wealth sector. The study uncovers economic, social and political background of the sector. It discloses HNWI volume, wealth as well as allocation trends in the country and contains forecast figures for the years to come. Details on HNWI and UHNWI asset allocations are available across 13 asset classes. The research report insightfully examines local HNWI investments and delves deep into the competitive landscape. Besides, the study contains detailed coverage the private banking and wealth management sector; data on latest M&A activities in this sector, its opportunities and challenges.
Netherlands Wealth Report 2015
Published: March, 2015
Price: US$ 4,995.00
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