World Wealth Report 2008
Publisher: Capgemini U.S. LLC | ISBN: N/A | edition 2007 | PDF | 40 pages | 2,4 mb
High Net Worth population rises to over 10 million, with assets reaching $40.7 Trillion, as average HNWI Wealth surpasses $4 Million for first time, reveals 2008 World Wealth Report.
With a strong and lasting reputation as the industry benchmark for HNWI (HIgh Net Worth Individual) market sizing at the global, regional and local levels, the Capgemini-Merrill Lynch World Wealth Report represents a 20 year collaboration.
State of the World’s Wealth
HNWI SECTOR GAINS IN 2007
10.1 million individuals • worldwide held at least US$1 million in financial assets, an increase of 6.0% over 2006
Global HNWI wealth totaled US$40.7 trillion, a 9.4% gain from 2006, with average HNWI wealth surpassing
US$4 million for the first time
The Ultra-HNWI “wealth band” experienced the strongest growth, gaining 8.8% in population size and 14.5% inaccumulated wealth
Emerging markets, especially those in the Middle East and Latin America, scored the greatest regional HNWI
India, China and Brazil had the highest HNWI population growth at the country level
HNWI financial wealth is projected to reach US$59.1 trillion by 2012, advancing at an annual growth rate of 7.7%