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Recently released market study: The Global Wealth Market in 2012

New Financial Services research report from Datamonitor is now available from Fast Market Research

May 11, 2012 - PRLog -- After a sharp decline in 2008 and a smaller drop in 2011, the global wealth market is expected to recover in 2014-15 once the global economy picks up. Yet growth will not be even and there is a clear divide between the mature and emerging markets, with emerging markets set to show double digit growth - a trend which is set to bring about a change in the established order of country wealth markets.


* Understand the dynamics between the world's regional wealth markets and how this is set to change by 2015.
* Find out which countries count among the world's wealth hot spots - or not - based on Datamonitor's analysis of over 55 markets.
* Discover how the world's largest three wealth managers have fared against the performance of the overall market.
* Learn about the typical millionaire, his key demographics, how he invests his liquid assets based on Datamonitor's Global Wealth Managers Survey.

Full Report Details at
- http://www.fastmr.com/prod/382308_the_global_wealth_marke...


North America's status as the largest wealth market is not threatened by the exponential growth of the emerging markets. While the poor performances of Japan and Western Europe will cause them to be overtaken by Asia Pacific (excluding Japan), which will become the second largest regional market by 2015.

The top 10 country wealth markets will change in 2012, with Brazil and India entering and Spain and Taiwan exiting. Taiwan is in fact growing faster than many other mature markets, but is still set to exit the top 10, largely due to the explosive growth of India and Brazil and the country's relatively small size.

Males account for the majority of HNW individuals in all regions, with a stronger lack of balance in the Middle East and near-parity in North America. Middle East and Asia Pacific HNW individuals are generally younger than their counterparts in Western Europe and North America. Entrepreneurship is the most common source of wealth worldwide.

Reasons to Get this Report

* What is the future growth outlook for the global affluent population?
* Which are the largest wealth markets and how will this change by 2015?
* Which country markets within each region are growing most quickly?
* Who are the three largest wealth managers and how their fortunes are faring compared to the overall market?
* What are the key demographics of the typical HNW individual and how do these investors tend to allocate their liquid wealth?

Partial Table of Contents:


* Catalyst
* Summary
* Methodology


* Global overview
* The global wealth market was worth $61tn at the end of 2011
* The world's largest wealth managers have suffered sharper declines than the overall market
* Regional comparison
* Comparison of the seven main geographies shows strong differences
* The top 10 country wealth markets will change in 2012
* Brazil and India will enter the top 10 in 2012 at the expense of Spain and Taiwan
* Worst 10 performing country wealth markets
* The sovereign debt crisis and structural problems are hindering growth in many Southern European wealth markets
* Regional analysis
* Asia Pacific
* The number of affluent individuals in Asia Pacific will reach 118 million by 2015
* Central and Eastern Europe
* Latin America
* Middle East and Africa
* North America
* Western Europe
* The Global HNW Consumer
* Male and entrepreneur
* Financial sophistication, risk appetite, and age help determine asset allocation


* Methodology
* Geographical coverage
* Methodology overview: Retail Savings & Investments Databases
* Methodology overview: Wealth Markets Database
* Methodology overview: Global Wealth Managers Survey 2011
* Methodology overview: Wealth Management Super League report
* Datamonitor's global wealth numbers compared with other wealth numbers


* Introduction
* The global wealth market was worth $61tn at the end of 2011
* The eurozone sovereign crisis will weigh on the global wealth market for the foreseeable future
* Total liquid assets held by affluent individuals declined in 2011
* Affluent individuals represent 7.3% of the total adult population worldwide
* The world's top three wealth managers in 2011 held more than 5% of the global market
* The world's largest wealth managers have suffered sharper declines than the overall market
* The largest wealth managers focus their presence in their core markets but are rapidly expanding geographically


* Introduction
* Comparison of the seven main geographies shows strong differences
* Mature wealth markets have a much more even wealth distribution than developing ones
* The regional hierarchy will only see one major change during 2006-15
* Strong inequality in developing countries creates a small affluent population with a higher percentage of HNW individuals
* The top 10 country wealth markets will change in 2012
* Brazil and India will enter the top 10 in 2012 at the expense of Spain and Taiwan
* The US will remain number one, with Canada and the UK also performing strongly among the mature markets
* Brazil, China, and India will see their liquid asset pools almost triple between 2006 and 2015
* Five of the 10 largest markets are also among the worst performers
* Nine out of the 10 worst performing markets in terms of growth are European
* Outside of Western Europe, Japan and Latvia are also barely growing


* Introduction
* Asia Pacific

Full Table of Contents is available at:
-- http://www.fastmr.com/catalog/product.aspx?productid=3823...

About Datamonitor

The Datamonitor Group is a world-leading provider of premium global business information, delivering independent data, analysis and opinion across the Automotive, Consumer Markets, Energy & Utilities, Financial Services, Logistics & Express, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare, Retail, Technology and Telecoms industries. Datamonitor's market intelligence products and services ensure that you will achieve your desired commercial goals by giving you the insight you need to best respond to your competitive environment.  View more research from Datamonitor at http://www.fastmr.com/catalog/publishers.aspx?pubid=1002

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