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Published on : May 13, 2016

ALBANY, New York, May 13, 2016: The report also presents projections regarding wealth, volume, and asset allocations of HNWIs in Canada through 2020, along with a thorough overview of the background of the country’s economy. The report is titled “HNWI Asset Allocation in Canada 2016.”

Asset allocation classes popular among HNWIs in Canada examined in the report include art, wine and wheels, real estate, cash and deposits, equity, fixed-income, business interests, and alternative assets, which includes the sub-segments of liquid and investable assets.

The report states that the segment of equities was the largest asset class in 2015, accounting for a dominant 31.5% of the overall HNWI assets of Canada. The segment of business interests followed with a 25.8% share, real estate accounted for an 18.5% share, fixed-income had 11.3%, alternatives had 7.3%, and cash and deposits had a 5.6% share in the overall HNWI assets of Canada in 2015.

Over the report’s review period, i.e. over the period between 2011 and 2015, the segments equities, business interests and alternatives recorded the highest growth rates, at 39.4%, 28.2% and 18.1%, respectively. However, the share of alternative assets in the overall asset allocation of HNWIs in Canada suffered a meagre drop from 7.5% to 7.3% over the period 2011-2015.

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HNWI asset allocations to the commodities segment also reduced from 2.6% to 1.5% over the same period. The report states that the asset allocations of HNWIs in Canada will remain the same as that in 2015 over the report’s forecast period. The segment of liquid assets was pegged at US$886.8 bn as of 2015, accounting for 48.4% of the overall wealth holdings of HNWIs in the Canada.

The report, along with the snapshot of the wealth management market as it concerns the HNWIs in the country, also gives an overview of HNWI performance in Canada from 2011 through 2015. The details allow readers in determining how the country’s HNWIs have performed financially over the period.

The report also presents a detailed overview of the market size of HNWIs in the country across five wealth bands and offers thorough insights into the major drivers of wealth of the HNWIs in the country. The report analyzes foreign investments of Canadian HNWIs across five major regions on a worldwide scale, including Europe, Asia Pacific, North America (including the U.S., Caribbean, and Mexico), the Middle East, South America, and Africa.

The report is a leading market data resource and an unparalleled document of its kind. It has been compiled and curated by an expert team of research specialists.

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