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2012 BRICS Wealth Book

  1. 1. 2012 BRICS Wealth BookReport Details:Published:September 2012No. of Pages: 111Price: Single User License – US$4995Synopsis•This report is the result of WealthInsight’s extensive research covering the HNWI population and wealth management industry in China, India, Brazil, Russia and South Africa.As of 2011, there are approximately 1.9 million HNWIs in the BRICS, with a combined wealth ofUS$7.5 trillion. This report reviews the performance of HNWIs and Ultra HNWIs in each countryand highlights the top performing cities. It also includes an evaluation of the wealth managementindustry in each country.ScopeThe report features:•HNWI volume, wealth and allocation trends from 2007 to 2011 for each country•HNWI volume, wealth and allocation forecasts to 2016 for each country•Number of UHNWIs in each city•Fastest growing cities for UHNWIs•City wise ratings of wealth management saturation and potential•Details of the development, challenges and opportunities of the Wealth Management and Private Banking sector in each country•Size of the wealth management industry in each country•Largest private banks in each country by AuM•Detailed wealth management and family office information•Insights into the drivers of HNWI wealthKey highlights•As of 2011, there are approximately 1.9 million HNWIs in the BRICS, with a combined wealth of US$7.5 trillion. This equates to 11.3% of worldwide HNWIs volumes (16.8 million) and 11.4% of total worldwide HNWI wealth (US$66 trillion).•The total number of HNWIs in the BRICS increased by 30% over the review period from 1.5 million HNWIs in 2007 to 1.9 million HNWIs in 2011.•Growth in HNWI wealth and volumes will improve over the forecast period driven by strong growth in all BRICS countries. India and China are expected to lead the way.•Over the forecast period, the total number of BRICS HNWIs is forecast to grow by 76%, to reach 3.4 million in 2016. HNWI wealth will see a slightly larger percentage increase, growing by 83% to reach US$13.7 trillion in 2016.
  2. 2. •At the end of 2011, 66% of BRICS HNWIs were based in China (1,280,000 HNWIs). India accounted for 251,000 HNWIs, followed by Brazil with 194,000 HNWIs, Russia with 160,000 HNWIs and South Africa with 45,000 HNWIs.Reasons to buy•The WealthInsight Intelligence Center Database is an unparalleled resource and the leading resource of its kind. Compiled and curated by a team of expert research specialists, the Database comprises up to one hundred data-points on over 100,000 HNWIs from around the world. It also includes profiles on major private banks, wealth managers and family offices in each country. With the Database as the foundation for our research and analysis, we are able obtain an unsurpassed level of granularity, insight and authority on the HNWI and wealth management universe in each of the countries and regions we cover.•Comprehensive forecasts to 2016.•Detailed information on UHNWIs in each major city.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/192254-2012-brics-wealth-book.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of Contents1 Introduction1.1 What is this Report About?1.2 Definitions2 Executive Summary3 Benchmarking BRICS Wealth in Context3.1 Distribution of Wealth3.2 HNWI Volume and Wealth Trends4 Findings from the WealthInsight HNWI Database4.1 BRICS by HNWIs4.2 BRICS by UHNWIs4.3 Top Cities for UHNWIs in 20114.4 Fastest-Growing Cities for UHNWIs over the Review Period4.5 Fastest-Growing Cities for UHNWIs over the Forecast Period4.6 Top Cities for UHNWIs in 20164.7 India4.7.1 Indian UHNWIs – breakdown by city4.7.2 Indian city performance4.7.3 Indian city forecasts4.8 China4.8.1 Chinese UHNWIs – breakdown by region4.8.2 Chinese city performance4.8.3 Chinese city forecasts4.9 Brazil
  3. 3. 4.9.1 Brazil’s UHNWIs – breakdown by city4.9.2 Brazil’s UHNWIs – city performance4.9.3 Brazil’s UHNWIs – city forecasts4.10 Russia4.10.1 Russia’s UHNWIs – breakdown by city4.10.2 Russia’s UHNWIs – city performance4.10.3 Russia’s UHNWIs – population densities4.10.4 Russia’s UHNWIs – city forecasts4.11 South Africa4.11.1 South Africa’s UHNWIs – breakdown by city4.11.2 South Africa’s UHNWIs – city performance4.11.3 South Africa’s UHNWIs – population densities4.11.4 South Africa’s UHNWIs – city forecasts4.11.5 South Africa’s UHNWIs – Johannesburg4.11.6 South Africa’s UHNWIs – Cape Town4.11.7 South Africa’s UHNWIs – Durban and Pretoria4.11.8 South Africa’s UHNWIs – smaller cities5 Analysis of HNWI Investments5.1 Asset Allocation5.1.1 India5.1.2 China5.1.3 Brazil5.1.4 Russia5.1.5 South Africa5.2 Global Trends in “Art, Wine and Wheels”5.3 Global Trends in Prime Property6 The Wealth Sector in the BRICS6.1 India6.1.1 Wealth managers6.1.2 Private banks6.1.3 Foreign banks and MNCs6.1.4 Joint ventures6.1.5 Domestic providers6.1.6 Leading companies in the wealth management industry6.1.7 Family offices6.1.8 Multi-family offices6.1.9 Single-family offices6.2 China6.2.1 A paradigm shift6.2.2 Competitive structure6.2.3 Wealth managers6.2.4 Private banks
  4. 4. 6.2.5 Foreign banks and MNCs6.2.6 Joint ventures6.2.7 Domestic providers6.2.8 Trusts6.2.9 Leading companies in the wealth management and private banking industry6.2.10 Family offices6.2.11 Multi-family offices6.2.12 Single-family offices6.2.13 Offshore wealth management and private banking industry6.3 Brazil6.3.1 Competitive Landscape6.3.2 Private banks6.3.3 Wealth managers6.3.4 Wealth management in each city6.3.5 Family offices6.4 Russia6.4.1 Private Banks6.4.2 Wealth managers6.4.3 Family offices6.4.4 Wealth management in each city6.5 South Africa6.5.1 Competitive landscape6.5.2 Private banks6.5.3 Wealth managers6.5.4 Family offices6.5.5 Wealth advisors6.5.6 Wealth management in each city6.5.7 Fund management in South Africa 17 About WealthInsightList of TablesTable 1: HNWI Wealth Band and Group DefinitionsTable 2: BRICS: HNWIs – Number of HNWIs, 2007–2016Table 3: BRICS: UHNWIs – Number of UHNWIs, 2007–2016Table 4: BRICS: UHNWIs – Top 30 cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 5: BRICS: UHNWIs – Top 20 Fastest-Growing Cities for UHNWIs, 2007–2011Table 6: BRICS: UHNWIs – Top 20 Fastest-Growing Cities for UHNWIs, 2011–2016Table 7: BRICS: UHNWIs – Top 30 cities for UHNWIs, 2016Table 8: India: UHNWIs – Top Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 9: India: UHNWIs – Major Cities, 2007–2011Table 10: India: UHNWIs – Emerging Cities, 2007–2011Table 11: India: UHNWIs – WealthInsight city ratings and forecasts to 2016Table 12: China: UHNWIs – Top Cities for UHNWIs, 2011
  5. 5. Table 13: China: UHNWIs – Major Cities, 2007–2011Table 14: China: UHNWIs – WealthInsight City Ratings and Forecasts to 2016Table 15: Brazil: UHNWIs – Top Brazilian Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 16: Brazil: UHNWIs – UHNWI Population Density in Major Cities, 2011Table 17: Brazil: UHNWIs – Growth Rates for Top 14 Cities, 2007–2016Table 18: Russia: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 19: Russia: UHNWIs – Smaller Cities, 2011Table 20: Russia: UHNWI Population Density in Major Cities, 2011Table 21: Russia: UHNWI Growth Rates for Top Cities, 2007–2016Table 22: South Africa: UHNWIs – Top South African Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 23: South Africa: UHNWIs – UHNWI Population Density in Major Cities, 2011Table 24: South Africa: UHNWIs – UHNWI Growth Rates for Top Cities, 2007–2016Table 25: South Africa: UHNWIs – Johannesburg, UHNWIs by Suburb, 2011Table 26: South Africa: UHNWIs – Cape Town, UHNWIs by Suburb, 2011Table 27: South Africa: UHNWIs – Durban, UHNWIs by Suburb, 2011Table 28: South Africa: UHNWIs – Pretoria, UHNWIs by Suburb, 2011Table 29: South Africa: UHNWIs – Other Hotspots, 2011Table 30: South Africa: UHNWIs – Large Cities with Low Numbers of UHNWIs, 2011Table 31: BRICS: HNWIs – Asset Class Composition, 2011Table 32: Global: Trends in “Art, Wine and Wheels”, 2007–2011Table 33: Global: HNWIs – Prime International Cities, 2007–2011Table 34: India: Wealth Management Industry – Main Companies Operating in IndiaTable 35: India: Wealth Management Industry – Major SFOs and MFOs Operating in IndiaTable 36: China: Major Companies in China’s Wealth Management and Private Banking IndustryTable 37: Brazil: Largest Private Banks in Brazil, 2011Table 38: Brazil: Emerging Private Banks in Brazil, 2011Table 39: Brazil: Wealth Manager Asset Allocation in Brazil, 2011Table 40: Brazil: Wealth Management Companies Per City, 2011Table 41: Brazil: Family Offices in BrazilTable 42: Russia: The Largest Private Banks (US$ Billions) 2011Table 43: Russia: Other Private Banks, 2011Table 44: Russia: Local Wealth Managers, 2011Table 45: Russia: Multi-Family Offices, 2011Table 46: Russia: Wealth Management Companies Per City, 2011Table 47: South Africa: The Largest Private Banks in South Africa, 2011Table 48: South Africa: Local Wealth Managers, 2011Table 49: South Africa: Foreign Wealth Managers Operating in South Africa, 2011Table 50: South Africa: Wealth Advisors in South AfricaTable 51: South Africa: Wealth Management Companies Per City, 2011Table 52: South Africa: The largest fund managers in South Africa, 2010List of Figures
  6. 6. Figure 1: HNWI Wealth Band DefinitionsFigure 2: Global: Asset Price Performance, 2007–2011Figure 3: BRICS, Local Currencies versus US Dollar, 2007–2011Figure 4: BRICS: HNWI Performance (US$ Billion), 2007–2016Figure 5: BRICS: HNWIs – Number of HNWIs, 2007– 2011Figure 6: BRICS: HNWIs – Number of HNWIs, 2011–2016Figure 7: BRICS: UHNWIs – Number of UHNWIs, 2007–2011Figure 8: BRICS: UHNWIs – Number of UHNWIs, 2011– 2016Figure 9: India: UHNWIs – Regional Distribution by City, 2011Figure 10: India: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2011Figure 11: India: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2011Figure 12: China: UHNWIs – Regional Distribution by Region, 2011Figure 13: China: UHNWIs – Regional Distribution, 2011Figure 14: China: UHNWIs – City Comparison, 2007–2011Figure 15: Brazil: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2007–2011Figure 16: Brazil: UHNWIs – Regional Forecasts, 2011–2016Figure 17: Russia: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2007–2011Figure 18: Russia: UHNWIs – City numbers, 2007–2011Figure 19: Russia: UHNWIs – Regional Forecasts, 2011–2016Figure 20: Russia: UHNWIs – City Numbers, 2011–2016Figure 21: South Africa: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2007–2011Figure 22: South Africa: UHNWIs – Regional Forecasts, 2011–2016Figure 23: BRICS: HNWIs – Asset Class Composition, 2011Figure 24: India: HNWIs – Asset Class Composition, 2007–2016Figure 25: China: HNWIs – Asset Class Composition, 2007–2016Figure 26: Brazil: HNWIs – Asset Class Composition, 2007–2016Figure 27: Russia: HNWIs – Asset Class Composition, 2007–2016Figure 28: South Africa: HNWIs – Asset Class Composition, 2007–2016Figure 29: Global: Trends in “Art, Wine and Wheels”, 2007–2011Figure 30: BRICS: Wealth Management Industry – Maturity Level Of PlayersFigure 31: India: Wealth Management Industry – StructureFigure 32: China: Offshore and Onshore Wealth Management Segments in ChinaContact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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