The report focuses on ultra HNWI performance data collected during the review period, from the start of 2008 to the end of 2013
Albany, NewYork (PRWEB) February 22, 2015
The report focuses on ultra HNWI performance data collected during the review period, from the start of 2008 (the peak of the global financial crisis) to the end of 2013, enabling the reader to determine how well these individuals performed during this period.
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The report is a detailed review of the performance and asset allocations of Peruvian ultra HNWIs. It highlights the cities with the highest volume of such individuals and also includes a detailed study of the Peruvian wealth management industry across important market verticals.
The report states that 276 individuals in Peru fell in the wealth band of ultra HNWIs in 2013. These individuals had an average wealth of nearly US$182.6 million in 2013. The enormous wealth possessed by these individuals made them a prime target for Peru’s wealth management sector. Of this total number of UHNWIs in Peru, 9 individuals were billionaires, 108 were centimillionaires, and 159 were millionaires.
The total number of Peruvian UHNWIs formed a nearly 1.2% share of the Peruvian population of HNWIs in 2013, significantly greater than the global average of nearly 0.7%. The report’s review observed an excellent 87.8% rise in the number of UHNWIs, increasing from 147 in 2009 to 276 in 2013.
The report states that the performance of various wealth bands in the UHNWIs category remained different – the number of affluent millionaires increased by 84.9% while the number of centimillionaires increased by 77.0% during the review period of the report.
The report analyses the wealth, per capita net worth, and volume of the three UHNWI wealth-bands - billionaires, centimillionaires, and affluent millionaires. A detailed analysis of Peruvian UHNWI investments is conducted based upon key trends in foreign investments, numerous asset classes, and investable versus liquid assets.
The report gives an in-depth account of the competitive landscape of Peru’s wealth management sector based on criteria such as wealth managers, financial advisors, foreign private banks, and family offices. The report studies important developments in Peru’s private banking industry and its relation with the country’s UHNWI wealth management sector. The report also presents a detailed behavioral mapping of wealth management businesses and private banks in Peru.
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The report assesses the effect of numerous factors affecting the performance of Peruvian UHNWIs, including per capita GDP, real GDP growth, domestic capitalization of market, commodity index, inflation rate, foreign direct investments (FDI), interest rate, balance of payments, performance of the stock market, and government debts.
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