Indian Wealth Sector Analysed in WealthInsight Report Available at

02 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – As of 2014, the number of HNWIs surpassed the 26,200 mark in India, demonstrating an increase of the HNWI population by more than 4.38 percent from 2013, while the population decreased by approximately 1 percent in 2013. In 2014, combined wealth of Indian HNWIs amounted to USD 1.3 trillion.

The country’s HNWI population is expected to grow by around 34 percent by 2019. Their number is forecast to reach almost 371,200 by 2019. Their combined wealth is set to grow by 53 percent to cross the USD 2.08 trillion mark by the same year.

In-demand research study “India Wealth Report 2015” drawn up by WealthInsight offers a comprehensive guide to the Indian wealth sector. The report contains an insightful overview of this marketplace. It provides independent sizing of local HNWIs. The study comprises historical data on wealth and allocation trends in the country, forecast figures to 2019 are available in the research report, too. It covers HNWI and UHNWI asset allocations and includes geographical breakdown of foreign assets. Alternative breakdown of liquid versus investable assets is on hand in the research study, too. Valuable information on country’s private banks, sizing of the local wealth management and challenges and opps of the wealth management and private banking sector are available in the report. The study also looks at factors driving the industry.

Report Details:

India Wealth Report 2015
Published: December, 2015
Pages: 94
Price: US$ 4,995.00

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