Global Self-Directed Investors’ Performance Discussed by Verdict Retail in New Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com23 Mar 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Though discretionary and advisory asset management services are still more profitable, wealth managers can’t ignore the needs of self-directing clients. Worldwide more than a quarter of HNW wealth is invested apart from wealth managers’ mandates. Moreover, a great share (just over 19%) of total assets already brought to wealth managers stays within execution-only platforms. During the past several years, the global self-directed investments were significantly driven by ongoing technological innovations along with favourable regulatory changes within the overall financial services industry. To increase the long-term profits of wealth managers' business, the market participants should understand major of the factors that affect the wealth management industry.
Country-wise, the USA presents the biggest market opportunity regarding self-invested assets. In the meantime, customers in the developing countries tend to give their preference to unadvised services.
New topical research report “Self-Directed Investors: Implications for Wealth Managers; Understanding how self-directed investment affects the wealth management industry.” created by Verdict Retail concentrates on the analysis of the independent HNW investors' landscape on a global scale. It delves deep into the self-directed investments market, paying special attention to major drivers that determine wealthy individuals' decisions to develop their businesses without professional approach and advice. Moreover, the research report explores product environment and competitive landscape; uncovers the value of HNW and mass affluent assets invested outside advisory and discretionary mandates; analyses demographics of DIY investors; identifies key investment products preferred by self-directed HNW clients; etc.
Self-Directed Investors: Implications for Wealth Managers; Understanding how self-directed investment affects the wealth management industry.
Published: March, 2016
Price: US$ 5,250.00
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