UAE HNWI Market Expected to Surge to 56,581 by 2018

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The latest wealth estimates indicate that in 2013 there were 48,315 HNWIs in the UAE

ResearchMoz’s aim in adding a new market research report titled ‘UAE Wealth Report 2014’ to its report offering is to provide the most comprehensive study of wealth in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The report helps in measuring and analyzing the trends in the UAE’s wealth industry, providing information from the extreme bottom of the wealth pyramid to the high net worth individual (HNWI) population in the UAE.

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This study report comprises a wide variety of data that has garnered responses from more than 125,000 HNWIs from around the world. This has made the UAE Wealth Report one of the largest and most informative studies of its kind. Researched, compiled, and analyzed by a team of expert research specialists, the report is a compilation of a broad spectrum of aspects carrying high significance in the wealth management market.

The survey included in this report provides direct insights into the drivers of HNWI wealth regarding their investment activities, HNWI objectives, levels of confidence in the global industry, as well as the overall types of services and business relationships high net worth individuals seek from their trusted advisors and wealth management firms.

The latest wealth estimates indicate that in 2013 there were 48,315 HNWIs in the UAE. However, increasing by 11.8%, the total number of UAE HNWIs is predicted to reach 56,581 by 2018. Following an increase of 6.7% in 2012, the HNWI numbers in the UAE increased by 7.6% in 2013. The HNWIs in the UAE held around US$5.3 million in wealth per capita and US$254.5 billion in wealth in 2013. The report assesses the UAE’s HNWIs based on independent market sizing spread across five wealth bands. Moreover, it discusses the overall HNWI volume, allocation, and wealth trends from 2009 to 2013, and provides forecasts to 2018 for the same elements. Growth in the HNWI wealth and volume segments is expected to improve and rise in the next four years. By 2018, HNWI wealth will grow by 25.8% to reach an estimated value of US$346.6 billion.

In 2013, UAE HNWIs held nearly 36.3% of their wealth outside their home country, well above the global average of 20-30% when it comes to foreign wealth holding among HNWIs. This amount was equal to US$92.5 billion.

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Through an evaluation of the local wealth management market in the UAE, the entire report reviews the asset allocation and performance of HNWIs and ultra-HNWIs in the UAE. The report includes forecasts of the wealth, asset allocations, and volume of the HNWIs to 2018, along with extensive background of the local economy. It also includes detailed information on HNWI volumes in each major city of the UAE and provides a thorough analysis of the latest merger and acquisition activity, private banking and wealth management sector, as well as other market and growth opportunities and challenges that the sector often faces.

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