ReportsnReports: Challenges and Opportunities for the WealthSector in South AfricaSynopsisThis report is the result of Wea...
Key Highlights      South Africa has the highest number of HNWIs in Africa. As of 2011, there were over       44,700 HNWI...
4.1.4 Wealth advisors4.1.5 Wealth management in each city4.2 Fund management in South Africa4.3 South African Wealth Manag...
Table 4: The Largest Private Banks in South Africa, 2011Table 5: Local Wealth Managers, 2011Table 6: Foreign Wealth Manage...
Figure 18: Money Market Rate, 2006–2016Figure 19: Balance of Payments, 2006–2011Figure 20: Government Debt to GDP, 2006–20...
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  1. 1. ReportsnReports: Challenges and Opportunities for the WealthSector in South AfricaSynopsisThis report is the result of WealthInsight’s extensive research covering the HNWI populationand wealth management industry in South Africa.SummaryThis report is a thorough analysis of the South African Wealth Management and Private Bankingsector, and the opportunities and challenges that it faces.ScopeThe report features:  Number of UHNWIs in each city  Number of wealth managers in each city  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 South Africa  Size of local wealth management industry  Largest private banks in South Africa by AuM  Detailed wealth management and family office information  Insights into the drivers of HNWI wealthReasons 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.
  2. 2. Key Highlights  South Africa has the highest number of HNWIs in Africa. As of 2011, there were over 44,700 HNWIs in South Africa, with a combined wealth of US$188 billion, accounting for roughly 27% of South Africa’s total individual wealth (US$740 billion).  The global private banking industry is estimated to have assets under management (AuM) of just over US$16.5 billion in 2011. The South African wealth management sector accounts for US$55 billion of this, making it the largest African country by AuM.  WealthInsight’s research shows that over 20% of South African HNWI is held offshore. Most of this wealth is held in the UK, Switzerland and the Channel Islands.  Absa and Investec are the two largest private banks in South Africa by local AuM.Buy your copy of this report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/184136-challenges-and-opportunities-for-the-wealth-sector-in-south-africa.htmlReport Details:Published: July 2012No. of Pages: 60Price : Single User License: US$ 1995 Price : Corporate User License: US$ 2995Table of contents1 Introduction2 Executive Summary3 Wealth Sector Fundamentals3.1 Political Background to South Africa3.2 Economic Background to South Africa3.3 Benchmarking South Africa’s Wealth in Context3.3.1 Distribution of wealth3.3.2 HNWI volume and wealth trends4 The Wealth Sector in South Africa4.1 Competitive Landscape4.1.1 Private banks4.1.2 Wealth managers4.1.3 Family offices
  3. 3. 4.1.4 Wealth advisors4.1.5 Wealth management in each city4.2 Fund management in South Africa4.3 South African Wealth Management Industry – Clientele Model and Maturity4.4 Behavioral Mapping of Wealth Management Industry in South Africa4.5 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Wealth Management Industry in South Africa4.6 Other Financial Services Review4.6.1 Retail banks4.6.2 Private equity and hedge funds5 Appendix5.1 Additional Components of the Wealth Sector in South Africa5.1.1 Philanthropy5.1.2 Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and ‘Previously Disadvantaged Groups’5.2 Regulatory Environment in South Africa5.2.1 Exchange controls5.2.2 Banking regulations5.2.3 Regulations on taxes5.2.4 Regulations on property and inheritance5.3 Additional background of South Africa5.4 Key Economic Trends and Drivers5.4.1 LC to USD exchange rate5.4.2 Real GDP growth5.4.3 GDP per capita5.4.4 Domestic market capitalization5.4.5 Housing price indices5.4.6 Commodity index5.4.7 Foreign direct investment5.4.8 Foreign institutional investments (FIIs) in equity products5.4.9 Inflation rate5.4.10 Interest rate5.4.11 Balance of payments5.4.12 Government debt5.4.13 Stock market performance5.5 Wealth breakdowns6 About WealthInsightList of TablesTable 1: HNWI wealth band and group definitionsTable 2: Major regions in South Africa, 2011Table 3: Largest cities in South Africa
  4. 4. Table 4: The Largest Private Banks in South Africa, 2011Table 5: Local Wealth Managers, 2011Table 6: Foreign Wealth Managers Operating in South Africa, 2011Table 7: Wealth Advisors in South AfricaTable 8: Wealth Management Companies Per City, 2011Table 9: The largest fund managers in South Africa, 2010Table 10: Tax Structure for Individuals in South AfricaTable 11: LC to USD Exchange Rate, 2006–2016Table 12: Real GDP Growth, 2006–2016Table 13: GDP Per Capita, 2006–2016Table 14: Domestic Market Capitalization, 2006–2011Table 15: Housing Price Index, 2006–2011Table 16: Commodity Indices, 2006–2016Table 17: Foreign Direct Investments, 2006–2016Table 18: Investments of FIIs in Equity Products, 2006–2010Table 19: Inflation rate, 2006–2016Table 20: Money Market Rate, 2006–16Table 21: Balance of Payments, 2006–2011Table 22: Government Debt to GDP, 2006–2016Table 23: Stock Market Performance, 2006–2011Table 24: HNWI Wealth to GDP Ratio, 2007–2016Table 25: Appendix OneTable 26: Appendix TwoList of FiguresFigure 1: HNWI wealth band definitionsFigure 2: Map of South AfricaFigure 3: Asset Price Performance, 2007–2011Figure 4: South African HNWI Performance, 2007–2016Figure 5: HNWI – South Africa vs The WorldFigure 6: Wealth Management Industry – Maturity Level Of PlayersFigure 7: South African Wealth Management Industry – Behavioral Mapping, 2011Figure 8: Wealth Management Industry in South Africa – Five Forces AnalysisFigure 9: LC to USD Exchange Rate, 2006–2016Figure 10: Real GDP Growth (%), 2006–2016Figure 11: GDP Per Capita, 2006–2016Figure 12: Domestic Market Capitalization, 2006–2011Figure 13: Housing Price Index, 2006–2011Figure 14: Commodity Indices, 2006–2016Figure 15: Foreign Direct Investments, 2006–2016Figure 16: Investments of FIIs in Equity Products, 2006–2010Figure 17: Inflation rate, 2006–2016
  5. 5. Figure 18: Money Market Rate, 2006–2016Figure 19: Balance of Payments, 2006–2011Figure 20: Government Debt to GDP, 2006–2016Figure 21: Stock Market Performance, 2006–2011Figure 22: HNWI Wealth vs GDP Ratio, 2007–2016Figure 23: HNWIs – Volume by Wealth Band, 2007–2016Figure 24: HNWIs – Wealth by Wealth Band (in US$ Billion), 2007–2016Figure 25: HNWIs – Per Capita Net Worth (US$ million), 2007–2016Contact: sales@reportsandreports.com for further details.

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