Most Wealth in Brazil Arises from Finance and Construction Sectors, Verdict Retail in New Reports Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
23 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The bulk of wealth in Brazil arises from the finance and construction industries, and can be ascribed to a number of sources.
55.3% of wealth of Brazilian HNW population can be attributed to labour income or new entrepreneurship.
As the country presents a vast scope of sectors to invest in, HNW expats will likely keep on allocating a fraction of their wealth to explore the versatile opportunities in Brazil.
Due to increased access to more advanced investment products, Brazilian HNW clients decide on having their wealth professionally managed, whilst around 22.5% hope for higher returns through advisors.
A remarkable 22% of HNW clients’ portfolios are allotted to alternatives. Demand is poised to surge in tandem with the investment opportunities created by multimercados.
Financial planning services are in highest demand. Inheritance and pension planning are expected to witness strong demand over the next couple of years, and thus wealth managers will succeed in providing a complete service mix.
Topical research report “Wealth in Brazil: HNW Investors; Understanding HNW investors and wealth management strategies” elaborated by Verdict Retail sheds light on the investment priorities and portfolio allocation of the Brazilian HNW investors.
The study presents a profile of the average local HNW investor with respect to their demographics and includes an analysis of the expat opportunity in the country. The report limelights the preferred wealth management mandates amongst Brazilian HNW investors and traces how demand is set to develop moving forward. It canvasses the allocation of HNW investors' portfolios into various asset categories, besides showing how the allocation will likely develop in the offing. The domestic HNW investors’ demand for products and services is also discussed.
More reports by the publisher are available at Verdict Retail page.