Asian Cities Wealth Book 2012Report Details:Published:November 2012No. of Pages: 89Price: Single User License – US$4995Synopsis•This report is the result of WealthInsight’s extensive research covering the high net worth individual (HNWI) populations in 13 Asia Pacific countries.•The report focuses on HNWI performance between 2007 (the peak before the global financial crisis) and the end of 2011. This enables us to determine how well each countrys HNWIs have performed through the crisis.Executive summaryThis report covers 13 Asia Pacific countries, focusing on the UHNWI populations and UHNWIgrowth rates (2007-2011) in over 100 cities in the region.ScopeThe report features:•HNWI and UHNWI trends from 2007 to 2011 for each APAC country•HNWI and UHNWI forecasts to 2016 for each APAC country•Number of UHNWIs in each APAC city at the end of 2011•Fastest growing APAC cities for UHNWIs between 2007 and 2011•Case Studies on: APAC’s wealth management industry, Australian Single Family Offices and Wealth Management in SingaporeKey highlights•As of 2011, there are approximately 2.6 million HNWIs in the APAC region, with a combined wealth of US$10.6 trillion. This equates to 15.6% of the worldwide HNWI population (16.8 million people).•At the end of 2011, 49% of APAC HNWIs were based in China (1,280,000 HNWIs). Australia accounted for 274,000 HNWIs (10.4% of APAC), followed by India with 251,000 HNWIs, Hong Kong with 185,000 HNWIs, South Korea with 157,000 HNWIs and Singapore with 151,000 HNWIs.•APAC UHNWIs performed well over the review period, rising by 31% from 18,210 in 2007 to over 23,800 individuals in 2011. This equates to 19.6% of the total worldwide UHNWI volume (122,000 individuals) in 2011.•At the end of 2011, 33% of APAC UHNWIs were based in China (7,905 UHNWIs). Singapore accounted for 3,154 UHNWIs (13.2% of APAC), followed by Hong Kong with 2,560 UHNWIs and Australia with 2,460 UHNWIs.
•At the end of 2011, Singapore was the largest APAC city in terms of UHNWIs (3,154), followed by Hong Kong with 2,560, Beijing with 1,318, Seoul with 1,302, Taipei with 1,255 and Shanghai with 1,028.•Over the period from 2007 to 2011, the fastest growing APAC city was Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam (157% growth), followed by Surabaya in Indonesia (130% growth). Notably, seven on the top ten fastest growing cities were located in Indonesia.•Jakarta was the top performing major city with UHNWI growth of 116%. Mumbai and Hangzhou numbers also increased substantially, by 59% and 57% respectively.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 profiles on major private banks, wealth managers and family offices in each country.•The WealthInsight Intelligence Center Database also includes up to one hundred data-points on over 100,000 HNWIs from around the world.•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.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/204165-asian-cities-wealth-book-2012.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of Contents1 Introduction1.1 What is this Report About?1.2 Definitions2 Benchmarking APAC Wealth in Context2.1 Distribution of General Wealth2.2 Asset Performance2.2.1 Currency Performance2.2.2 Stock Market Performance2.2.3 Real Estate Performance2.2.4 Real Estate Indices2.3 HNWI Volume and Wealth Trends2.4 UHNWI Volume and Wealth Trends3 Findings from the WealthInsight HNWI Database3.1 APAC Countries by HNWIs3.2 APAC Countries by UHNWIs3.3 APAC Countries by UHNWI growth3.4 Top 20 APAC Cities for UHNWIs3.5 Other Major APAC Cities for UHNWIs3.6 Emerging APAC Cities for UHNWIs
3.7 Fastest Growing Cities for UHNWIs3.8 UHNWI Population Densities4 Country Profiles4.1 Australia4.1.1 UHNWIs – Sources of wealth4.1.2 UHNWIs – Industry performance4.1.3 UHNWIs – Importance of Entrepreneurship4.1.4 UHNWIs – demographic breakdown by region4.1.5 UHNWIs – State and city performance4.1.6 UHNWIs – Forecasts4.1.7 UHNWIs – WealthInsight ratings4.2 India4.2.1 Indian UHNWIs – breakdown by city4.2.2 Indian city performance4.2.3 Indian city forecasts4.3 China4.3.1 Chinese UHNWIs – breakdown by region4.3.2 Chinese city performance4.3.3 Chinese city forecasts4.4 Indonesia4.4.1 UHNWI breakdown by city4.4.2 UHNWIs – city performance4.4.3 UHNWIs – population densities4.4.4 UHNWIs – city forecasts4.5 South Korea4.6 Philippines4.7 New Zealand4.8 Vietnam4.9 Malaysia4.10 Taiwan4.11 Thailand5 Case Studies5.1 Case Study 1: APAC’s Wealth Management Industry5.2 Case Study 2: Australian Single Family Offices5.3 Case Study 3: Wealth Management in Singapore5.3.1 Wealth management and private banking industry – competitive structure5.3.2 Multinational banks5.3.3 Local banks5.3.4 Wealth managers5.3.5 Private banks5.3.6 Mergers and joint ventures5.3.7 Boutique and independent financial advisors
5.3.8 Private trusts5.3.9 Family offices5.3.10 Multi-family offices5.3.11 Single-family offices5.3.12 Singapore: An international offshore hub6 About WealthInsightList of TablesTable 1: HNWI Wealth Band and Group DefinitionsTable 2: APAC: Individual Wealth per Country, 2011Table 3: APAC: Prime Asian Cities, US$ terms, 2007–2011Table 4: Global: Prime International Cities, US$ terms, 2007–2011Table 5: APAC: Prime Real Estate Prices per Square Meter, US$ terms, 2011Table 6: Global: Prime Real Estate Prices per Square Meter, US$ terms, 2011Table 7: APAC: Number of HNWIs, 2011Table 8: APAC: Number of UHNWIs, 2011Table 9: APAC: Number of UHNWIs, 2007–2011Table 10: APAC: Number of UHNWIs, 2011–2016Table 11: APAC: UHNWIs – Top 20 Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 12: APAC: UHNWIs – Other Major Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 13: APAC: UHNWIs – Emerging Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 14: APAC: UHNWIs – Top 20 Fastest-Growing Cities for UHNWIs, 2007–2011Table 15: APAC: Top 10 APAC Cities by UHNWI Density, 2011Table 16: Australia: UHNWIs – States by Volume Growth, 2007–2011Table 17: Australia: UHNWIs – Cities by Volume Growth, 2007–2011Table 18: Australia: UHNWIs – WealthInsight Rating of Private Banking PotentialTable 19: India: UHNWIs – Top Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 20: India: UHNWIs – Major Cities, 2007–2011Table 21: India: UHNWIs – Emerging Cities, 2007–2011Table 22: India: UHNWIs – WealthInsight City Ratings and Forecasts to 2016Table 23: China: UHNWIs – Top Cities for UHNWIs, 2011Table 24: China: UHNWIs – Major Cities, 2007–2011Table 25: China: UHNWIs – WealthInsight City Ratings and Forecasts to 2016Table 26: Indonesia: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 27: Indonesia: UHNWIs – Smaller Cities, 2011Table 28: Indonesia: UHNWI Population Density in Major Cities, 2011Table 29: Indonesia: UHNWI in Top Cities, 2007–2016Table 30: Indonesia: UHNWI Growth Rates for Top Cities, 2007–2016Table 31: South Korea: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 32: South Korea: City Growth Rates, 2007–2011Table 33: Philippines: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 34: Philippines: City Growth Rates, 2007–2011Table 35: New Zealand: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011
Table 36: New Zealand: City Growth Rates, 2007–2011Table 37: Vietnam: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 38: Vietnam: City Growth Rates, 2007–2011Table 39: Malaysia: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 40: Malaysia: City Growth Rates, 2007–2011Table 41: Taiwan: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 42: Taiwan: City Growth Rates, 2007–2011Table 43: Thailand: UHNWIs – Top Cities, 2011Table 44: Thailand: City Growth Rates, 2007–2011Table 47: APAC: Offshore Centers by AuM, US$ Billions, 2011Table 48: AuM Compared to HNWI wealth per Country, US$ Billions, 2011Table 45: Australia: SFOs – State Comparison and PotentialTable 46: Australia: SFOs – Sector Comparison and PotentialList of FiguresFigure 1: HNWI Wealth Band DefinitionsFigure 2: Global: Asset Price Performance US$ Terms, 2007–2011Figure 3: APAC: Local Currencies Versus US Dollar, 2007–2011Figure 4: APAC: Stock Market Performance US$ terms, 2007–2011Figure 5: APAC: Residential Real Estate, US$ terms, 2007–2011Figure 6: APAC: HNWI Performance, 2007–2016Figure 7: APAC: UHNWI Performance, 2007–2016Figure 8: APAC: Number of HNWIs, 2011Figure 9: APAC: Number of UHNWIs, 2011Figure 10: Australia: UHNWIs – Distribution by Industry, 2011Figure 11: Australia: UHNWIs – Sector Performance, 2007–2011Figure 12: Australia: UHNWIs – Importance of Entrepreneurship, 2011Figure 13: Australia: UHNWIs – Regional Share by State and City, 2011Figure 14: Australia: UHNWIs – Regional Count by State and City, 2011Figure 15: Australia: UHNWIs – State Performance, 2007–2011Figure 16: Australia: UHNWIs – State Performance, 2010–2011Figure 17: Australia: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2007–2011Figure 18: Australia: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2010–2011Figure 19: Australia: UHNWIs – Industry Forecasts, 2011–2016Figure 20: Australia: UHNWIs – City Forecasts, 2011–2016Figure 21: India: UHNWIs – Regional Distribution by City, 2011Figure 22: India: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2011Figure 23: India: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2011Figure 24: China: UHNWIs – Regional Distribution by Region, 2011Figure 25: China: UHNWIs – Regional Distribution, 2011Figure 26: China: UHNWIs – City Comparison, 2007–2011Figure 27: Indonesia: UHNWIs – City Performance, 2007–2011Figure 28: Indonesia: UHNWIs – City Numbers, 2007–2011
Figure 29: Indonesia: UHNWIs – Regional Forecasts, 2011–2016Figure 30: Indonesia: UHNWIs – City numbers, 2011–2016Figure 31: Australia: SFOs – Geographical Location by RegionFigure 32: Australia: SFOs – State ComparisonFigure 33: Australia: SFOs – By SectorFigure 34: Australia: SFOs – Sector ComparisonFigure 35: Australia: SFOs – Retail and Fashion vs. Real EstateFigure 36: Australia: SFOs – Basic Materials and Manufacturing vs. the Services SectorContact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.