Business interests, equities and real estate recorded the strongest growth during the review period, at 62.8%, 61.2% and 57.6% respectively
Albany, NewYork (PRWEB) January 28, 2015
ResearchMoz recently published a research report, titled “HNWI Asset Allocation in Singapore 2014”. The report analyzes the key trends in the high-net worth individual asset allocation, provides projections for wealth multiplication in the coming years, and provides an insight into the local economy as well.
A person with a high net worth is a high-net-worth individual (HNWI). Though there isn’t a precise definition for who constitutes as a high-net-worth individual (HNWI), in general terms the availability of liquid assets over a certain figure is considered a high net worth. The exact amount that defines a high-net worth varies according to region and the financial regulations deciding the norms. However, it is imperative that every country categorize high-net worth individuals, as their wealth and investments have to be managed separately, which in turn boosts the wealth management and banking sector in many ways.
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The performance of high-net worth individual wealth management systems in Singapore between 2009 and 2013. This has helped the analysts understand the individual market sizing of HNWIs over five wealth bands, and analyze the HNWI wealth and volume trends from 2009 to 2013, key market drivers for HNWI wealth managemet, forecasts for HNWI in the coming few years, and asset allocation of HNWI and UHNWI across 13 asset classes.
The biggest segment in Singapore’s HNWIs was real estate. This segment held 32.4% of total HNWI assets in 2013. The share of the real estate segment was followed by the 24.8% share of the business interests sector, the 17.1% share of equities, the 10.4% share of cash and deposits, the 10.1% share of fixed-income, and the 5.5% share of alternatives. During the whole review period, business interests’ class recorded a growth of 62.8%, equities about 61.2%, and real estate about 57.6%. In 2013, alternative assets recorded an increase from 5.4% of the total HNWI assets in 2009 to 5.5% in 2013.
According to research analysts, by 2018 the overall commodities allocation is expected to slump in the forecast period to 1.4% of the total HNWI assets. This decline will be due to reducing global liquidity as the demand for raw materials in China will drop. The liquid assets among Singapore HNWIs were valued at US$279.6 billion in 2013, representing a share of 37.3%.
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The report has been compiled by an expert research team studying over 60,000 HNWIs. The report provides a comprehensive understanding of the HNWI asset allocation in Singapore with a special focus on the projections. The report is a wealth of knowledge for all those who want to study this sector with granularity. It sheds light on the future of the wealth management sector and the opportunities therein.
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