The report states that Poland had 28,405 HNWIs in the year 2013
Albany, NewYork (PRWEB) February 22, 2015
A new report studying the population of high net worth individuals (HNWIs) and the market for wealth management in Poland has been recently added to the extensive research report database of ResearchMoz.us. The report is titled “Poland Wealth Report 2014”.The report states that Poland had 28,405 HNWIs in the year 2013. These HNWIs held nearly US$127.7 billion in total, translating to an average of US$4.5 million per HNWI. Following a decline by nearly 4.9% in 2012, the number of HNWIs increased by 2.0% in 2013.
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The report states that the wealth and volume of HNWIs in Poland will continue to increase during the period 2014-2018, the report’s forecast period. The wealth of HNWIs is anticipated to increase by an excellent 30.5%, and reach an estimated value of US$174.2 billion by 2018. The number of HNWIs in Poland is expected to increase by 12.9% during the report’s forecast period and reach 33,017 by 2018.
The report adds that HNWIs in Poland had nearly 27.8% of their wealth, worth approximately US$35.5 billion, invested outside of Poland in 2013, in line with the global HNWI foreign investment average of 20-30%.
The report presents a detailed study of asset allocations and performance of HNWIs and ultra-HNWIs in Poland. An evaluation of the local market for wealth management is also presented by the study.
The report presents a detailed analysis of Polish HNWI investments across many verticals such as asset classes, foreign investments, and alternative breakdown of the assets as liquid versus investable assets.
Analysis of the competitive landscape of Poland’s wealth management market includes a detailed study of domestic banks, wealth managers, foreign private banks, financial advisors, and family offices. The Polish wealth management market is also studied according to the developments in the sectors of private banking, clientele model, and maturity. Behavioral mapping of private banking and wealth management in the country is also presented in the report.
The report is an attempt to develop a comprehensive database of wealth, volume, and investment trends of Polish HNWIs during the review period based on a variety of criteria such as job titles, industries where these individuals work, cities to which the individuals belong, and the performance of those industries, cities, and other factors such as population densities of cities affecting the volume trend of HNWIs in Poland.
The report also presents a detailed analysis of per capita net worth, wealth, and volume trends of HNWIs across wealth bands such as UHNWIs (billionaires, centimillionaires, affluent millionaires), and core HNWIs (mid-tier millionaires, lower-tier millionaires).The report also presents analysis of factors such as key drivers of the Polish HNWIs wealth management market such as real GDP growth, per capita GDP, inflation rate, tax regulations, commodity index, foreign direct investments, domestic capitalization of market, interest rate, government debts, stock market performance, and balance of payments.
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A detailed insight about the fastest growing cities for HNWIs during the report’s review period, number of wealth managers present across various cities, city-wise rating of the potential and saturation of wealth managers, and development, challenges, and opportunities for private banking and wealth management sectors in the country is also included.
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