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Published on : May 13, 2016

ALBANY, New York, May 13, 2016: The report is an-depth analysis of the growing individual wealth in the Netherlands, of which investments from high net worth individuals form a sizeable part. The report looks into the sources of wealth, occupations, and demographics of high net worth (HNW) individuals in Netherlands to assess their investment portfolios.

The findings of this report are particularly significant for wealth managers and financial advisors to develop client focused strategies for targeted growth. Insights received from the report can be useful for wealth managers to devise marketing plans that can help capture new clients based on their investment history in the past. It can help tailor investment products that keep up with the current demand for several asset classes among HNW individuals. 

Typically, high net worth individuals in the Netherlands are entrepreneurs or family business owners, with IT and financial services contributing significantly to this population’s wealth. Most HNW individuals in Netherlands are over 50 years of age, with 25% of this population reported as being over 65 years of age. Expats account for only 4.1% of the HNW population in Netherlands, of which the U.K. accounts for the largest share. 

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The report also presents an analysis of investment preferences of HNW individuals in this country. Equities are the most favored asset class among HNWIs; equities constitute almost half of the managed wealth of HNW investors, which is largely held through funds. This is mainly due to wealth gains from capital appreciation and dividend incomes from investments made in equities. 

According to the report, bond investments are likely to decrease in popularity among HNW investors in the Netherlands in the coming years. The cash portfolio of HNW individuals in the Netherlands is predominantly in local currency deposits. However, low interest rates are expected to suppress the demand for cash and near-cash financial products among this population. Property comprises 6% of the typical investment portfolio of high net worth investors in the Netherlands. Investments made in property are largely through funds; the strengthening of the property market will encourage investors to increase allocations in this asset class. Alternative financial products constitute 5% of the investment portfolio of HNW individuals; a diversified asset portfolio is the major factor driving investments in alternative products. Hedge funds constitute more than half of the investments made in alternative products.  

The report is prepared after an extensive research phase. Analysts reached out to financial institutions and proprietary databases of wealth management companies to ascertain what HNWIs look into while making hefty investments. 

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