Thai Wealth Sector Scrutinised in New WealthInsight Report Now Available at

26 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – A large number of Thai HNWIs hold their wealth not in their home country. For instance, they held over one quarter of their wealth (approximately USD 62 billion) overseas in 2014.

APAC emerges to be a key destination for foreign assets of Thai HNWIs. Latin America, North America, the Middle East are other important destinations, with their shares being over 10 percent in 2014.

A share of APAC has decreased over the recent years. As of 2014, a share of this region was slightly over than 44 percent, and it stood at more than 58 percent in 2010.

Its share is expected to decline further in the years to come to stop at around 34.35 percent by 2019.

Some of major factors igniting growth of this marketplace comprise: growth of real GDP, capitalization of the domestic market, foreign direct investments, and more.

New research report “Challenges and Opportunities for the Wealth Sector in Thailand 2015” elaborated by WealthInsight offers insightful examination of the wealth sector in Thailand. The study shares with a reader key facts related to this country. It sheds light on distribution of wealth in the country.

The report insightfully examines the competitive environment and limelights both domestic and foreign private banks, wealth managers and family offices. The research study canvasses key driving forces and discusses challenges and opportunities for this marketplace. Historical data, forecast figures and THB/USD exchange rate can be found in the report, too.

Report Details:

Challenges and Opportunities for the Wealth Sector in Thailand 2015
Published: February, 2016
Pages: 42
Price: US$ 1,995.00

Other countries covered in reports from the Wealth Sector series by this publisher include:

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