HNWI Wealth Stood at USD 60 Trillion in 2015, States WealthInsight in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
21 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Global private banks like HSBC and Barclays have recently phased out operations in emerging marketplaces aiming to become less complicated and more profitable. They are focused upon domestic and core markets like the UK, Germany and Switzerland. Nevertheless, emerging markets still offer opportunities for those seeking to step up demands in the provisioning of top-quality services and products.
In 2015, HNWI wealth stood at USD 60 trillion, with around 30% of this being invested in foreign markets.
HNWIs in APAC kept 21.5% of their wealth outside of their native country in 2011, which surged to 22.5% in 2015.
In the Americas, alternative assets witnessed nearly 4.9% CAGR over the analysis period, they are poised to gain traction at an 8.8% CAGR through to 2020.
In 2015, around 12.5% of HNWIs globally were aged above 70. HNWIs aged under 40 made up the smallest group of HNWIs.
Comprehensive market research report “HNWI Asset Allocation 2020” created by WealthInsight takes a deep look at a detailed breakdown of HNWI population and wealth.
The study provides an in-depth analysis of HNWI demographics; gives an analysis of the trends in HNWIs’ investments based on asset class and canvasses a breakdown of overseas and alternative investments. It comprehensively analyses the competitor product strategies, M&As, and a variety of innovations and pinpoints present-day and prospective opportunities open to providers in given core markets. The report provides historical (starting from 2011) and forecast data to 2020 in the leading markets in the Americas, and in the European, APAC and the Middle East and Africa regions.
More comprehensive reports by this publisher are available at WealthInsight page.