HNWIs Invest Offshore to Mainly Gain Access to Broader Investment Options, States Verdict Retail in Its Report Available at

30 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Worldwide, nearly a quarter of HNWIs make offshore investments to get access to an enhanced or broader range of investment choices. This important driver is becoming increasingly vital not only in less mature markets but also in developed marketplace as investors are keen on seeking international diversification amid surging correlations.

23.2% of HNWIs invest their wealth offshore to attain tax efficiencies. Nevertheless, this driver is only important in a range of countries, chiefly those with unfavourable and complicated tax systems.

Furthermore, bearish financial markets and strong volatility of currencies in many countries of the world are also encouraging investors to go in pursuit of higher returns abroad.

Political and economic turbulence is an essential driver for those HNWIs who are afraid for the long-run future of their assets. The key beneficiaries are offshore destinations with sustained economies like the UK, Switzerland, and the USA, as investors are hunting for safe havens for their cash.

Topical research report “HNW Offshore Investment: Drivers and Motivations; Analyzing the drivers behind HNW offshore investments” created by Verdict Retail is focused on an insightful examination of offshore investments in the HNW universe.

The study gives a refined understanding of the global drivers behind offshore investments of HNWIs. It analyses and compares HNWIs’ offshore investment choices across 20 countries; provides insights into the key motivators for HNW investors in seeking new homes for their money. The report describes the constantly altering tax environment; and explains how political and economic turbulence impacts customer preferences and how worldwide markets shape investment behaviour in the HNW market space.

More market research studies developed by our partner are available at Verdict Retail page


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