Published on : Mar 11, 2016
ALBANY, New York, March 11, 2016: ResearchMoz.us has added a new report to its wealth management information database. The report is titled, “High Net Worth trends in Australia 2016.” It marks the changes in the number of high net worth individuals in Australia, along with the factors that affect this percentile. The report, published in February 2016, provides the latest info on the current scenario of wealth management in Australia.
The report offers data and projections on the wealth of high net worth individuals in Australia as well as the number of such individuals. To this end, the research results given in the report show the demographic trends between 2011 and 2015, with the results derived from a proprietary database.
According to the report, the population of high net worth individuals in Australia has increased by 2.10% in 2015. This is a cumulatively higher percentage than the total number of HNWIs in the nation in 2014, which was 1.50%.
In 2015, the number of HNWIs in Australia was 313,027. This high number of HNWIs collectively accounted for US$987.1 bn in 2015.
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At the same time, the overall population of high net worth citizens in Australia is increasing at a rate of 2.1% between 2013 and 2016. According to the report, the Australia HNWI population grew at a rate of 17.80%, which is 1.50% more than the population growth in 2014. This percentage is expected to reach 31.30% by 2020, when, the report estimates, the net worth of Australia HNWIs will be US$1.40 tn.
The scope of the report includes a research of high net worth trends in Australia across five different bands of wealth. The report additionally includes forecasts on the wealth and volume trends in the HNWI population of Australia. The forecast period ends in 2020.
The report also provides the asset allocation of high net worth individuals and ultra high net worth individuals in Australia. This asset allocation is given across thirteen different classes of assets.
In terms of region, the report provides the number of HNWIs and UHNWIs per major city in Australia. The report further provides names, descriptions of growth, and the justification, for all the cities in Australia that showed the fastest growth rates between 2010 and 2014.
With all these aspects in place, the report can provide a conclusive and well-formed insight into the HNWI population in Australia and what drives their numbers and their wealth.
The report thus displays the result that is derived from a long term of detailed research efforts. These efforts cover the entirety of the high net worth individual population in Australia. The report shines the focus on the period between 2011 and 2015. This helps the report’s user identify the level at which Australian high net worth individuals have performed throughout the global economic crisis.
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