Insight Report Business Strategies for Targeting HNWIs in Asia-Pacific

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Segmenting the Asia-Pacific wealth management industry on the basis of wealth band, the report analyzes two broad categories: higher-income countries and lower-income countries. Higher-income countries in the Asia-Pacific wealth management industry include Singapore, Australia, Japan, and Hong Kong. Lower-income countries include Malaysia, India, China, and Indonesia. With the help of 4 figures and 29 tables, the 72-page wealth management industry research report analyzes in absolute detail the higher-income countries as well as the lower-income countries segments. The wealth management report first defines the wealth band of high-net-worth individuals and the two main groups.

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When it comes to higher-income nations, the wealth management report – through the figures and tables – evaluates the economies with respect to major companies operating within the wealth management sector, private equity and real estate product offering by private banks in the various regions, key deals an collaborations, DIY investment facilities in wealth management, retirement planning options, online portals for private bankers and wealth managers, and social networking platforms in higher-income countries and their usage, and their overall impact on the wealth management industry. Furthermore, the tables and figures depict the number of commercial bank branches per 100,000 adults in different countries of the Asian wealth management market for the period 2009 to 2012. It also provides data on the percentage of online population in the Asia-Pacific region making use of social media during the year 2012.

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While discussing lower-income countries segment, the comprehensive tables and figures provide invaluable insights into the key companies and recent deals in the wealth management industries in these regions, penetration and applications of tablets and smartphones, best practices adopted by wealth managers, philanthropic services with regards to wealth management in emerging economies, and Islamic banks in Indonesia and Malaysia.

The research report states that the growth of wealth management in emerging nations such as China, Malaysia, India, and Indonesia has received a strong impetus from the increase in philanthropy in these lower-income countries. On the other hand, escalating demand for equity products and real estate drives high-net-worth individual asset allocation in higher-income nations in Asia-Pacific such as Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and Australia.

With reference to individual countries, the research report studies these two segments of the wealth management industry in Asia-Pacific and discusses various key points such as financial products, service offerings, business strategies to target high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) and ultra high-net-worth individuals (UHNWI) in terms of client strategy, expansion strategy, and market strategy, challenges to growth, attitude of private bankers as well as wealth managers towards the global outlook of business strategies, and market regulations. Over and above, data regarding HNWI population base, wealth, and asset allocation has also been provided in the report.

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Apart from this, the wealth management market study also examines the various strategies adopted by the wealth management industry in Asia-Pacific to attract expatriates, mobile entrepreneurs, and non-domicile individuals.

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