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Wealth in Brazil: HNW Investors; Understanding HNW investors and wealth management strategies.

$3,450.00
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, Published: Jun-2016

The majority of wealth in Brazil originates from the construction and finance industries, and can be attributed to a range of sources. These investors are confident enough to deal with their financial affairs, but to gain access to sophisticated products and achieve better returns they opt for management services. Investment portfolios are built around cash and bonds, but it is expected that alternative holdings will continue to gain importanc.....

Wealth in Poland: HNW Investors; Understanding HNW investors and wealth management strategies.

$3,450.00
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, Published: Jun-2016

The Polish HNW population is dominated by entrepreneurs who prefer to stay in control of their finances, even if they lack experience in capital markets. While they do approach wealth managers for investment advice, Polish HNW investors like to sign off most decisions regarding their portfolios. With the 2008–09 financial crisis fresh in mind, they focus on low-risk products which do not offer high margins to banks. Hence the main challenge fo.....

Mass Affluents: Product Holding and Preferences in Singapore

$3,450.00
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, Published: Jun-2016

Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Customer Segmentation in UK Insurance: Individualism

$2,795.00
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, Published: Jun-2016

Consumer expectations for their interactions with financial services are not built from experience with insurers or banks, but are benchmarked against contact with other retailers and services, such as Amazon, Netflix, and Uber. The advance of smart technology, the era of the “always on” generation, our willingness to share personal information in return for a convenient and personal experience, and the Big Data opportunities these create mean.....

HNW Offshore Investment: Drivers and Motivations; Analyzing the drivers behind HNW offshore investments

$5,250.00
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, Published: Jun-2016
There are multiple drivers for HNW offshore investment. At a global level, almost a quarter of HNW individuals invest their assets offshore to gain access to a better or wider range of investment options, making it the most important driver. Tax efficiencies rank second, followed by access to better investment options. However, bearish financial markets and strong currency volatility in many parts of the world are also motivating investors to see.....

Mass Affluents: Product Holding and Preferences in Australia

$3,450.00
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, Published: Jun-2016
The Australian mass affluent segment is very savvy when it comes to managing their finances. Compared to retail consumers, mass affluent also have greater liquidity, allowing them to take advantage of their extra cash to maximize returns and reduce cost through their financial product holdings. In general, mass affluent are sensitive towards APR and will shop around for financial products or use a combination of products that give them the best r.....

UK Personal Insurance Distribution: Banks and Retailers

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, Published: Jun-2016
An affinity scheme is a partnership in which an insurer underwrites insurance to be distributed via another company whose primary product or service is not insurance. This includes banks and retailers which together account for just under a fifth of GWP from the personal lines market, with banks generating two thirds of this. Banks and building societies are strong within the home insurance market due to close links with mortgage arrangements, an.....

UK Personal Injury Litigation 2016; The turbulent course of market-changing reform continues

$4,495.00
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, Published: Jun-2016
The personal injury sector continues its turbulent course of market-changing reform, with legislative, legal, and regulatory forces at work. While the market was just beginning to settle post-Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO), the game-changing reforms announced by the government in November 2015 have once again whipped up a storm of uncertainty.

Wealth in Australia: Sizing the Market Opportunity

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
Compared to previous years, the Australian wealth market expanded at a slightly lower (but still impressive) rate in 2015, with economic concerns having a negative effect on performance. Weak equity market conditions and economic growth are also expected to contribute to lower growth in 2016, before the market bounces back in the following years thanks to returning economic strength. Between 2015 and 2019 liquid assets held by affluent individual.....

High Net Worth Home Insurance 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
Wealthy individuals require specialist mid net worth (MNW) and high net worth (HNW) insurance policies that offer wider coverage, higher limits, and better service compared to standard products. This is due to the higher value of their assets, which may include multiple homes, luxury cars, yachts, antiques, jewelry, wine, and fine art. Home insurance is generally provided on a global all-risk cover basis, often with an element of legal protection.....

Wealth in Singapore: Sizing the Market Opportunity

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
Singapore is one of the world’s pre-eminent offshore investment centers, with 81% of the wealth invested in funds sourced from non-residents. However, the onshore market is a major source of assets under management (AUM) in its own right, with 1.0 million affluent individuals despite the city state’s small population. As a regional trading hub Singapore’s growth rates are closely tied to the health of regional powerhouses such as China, India, an.....

Wealth in Turkey: Sizing the Market Opportunity; Sizing the wealth market in Turkey and its growth potential.

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
While growth in Turkey’s economy has slowed thanks to a number of economic and geopolitical challenges, the country’s small affluent population will continue to increase at a healthy rate. The retail savings and investments market is dominated by deposits, though stronger growth is predicted for the smaller asset classes such as equities and mutual funds. The offshore market remains important, accounting for around 25% of HNW portfolios, with tax.....

Wealth in Malaysia: Sizing the Market Opportunity

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
The small but fast-developing Malaysian wealth market slowed down in 2015 as global economic trends – particularly weak growth in China and falling oil prices – negatively impacted retail investment values. Fortunately, the market continued to grow and expand as a proportion of the population, and although the heady growth rates of recent years are largely a thing of the past, wealth managers can still rely upon steady expansion within the countr.....

Mass Affluents: Product Holding and Preferences in Hong Kong

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Wealth in Australia: HNW Investors

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
Australia is known for its multicultural landscape, which is also reflected in the country’s HNW market. HNW investors in Australia stem from a range of different backgrounds and portray distinctive demand patterns. However, a strong affinity for equity investments and high expectations when it comes to financial advice and other support services (such as pension and tax advice) are common characteristics.

Mass Affluents: Attitudes and Needs in China

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Direct vs Fund Investments: HNW Preferences

$5,250.00
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, Published: May-2016

Globally, 44% of HNW wealth is held via funds as opposed to directly. However, there are significant regional differences when it comes to investment preferences. For example, HNW investors in the US, and to a lesser extent in Western Europe, are significantly more likely to invest in funds than their peers in Central and Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East. Furthermore, while equity funds prevail across the globe, they are parti.....

Wealth in the UAE: HNW Investors

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
The resident population in the UAE is predominantly comprised of expats. Reflecting this, expats also constitute a noteworthy 75.6% of the local HNW population – which has considerable implications when it comes to investors’ product and service demand. With strong demand for all planning services, being able to offer a holistic service proposition is a must in the UAE. Emirati HNW individuals typically come from either an entrepreneurial backgro.....

Mass Affluents: Attitudes and Needs in the UK

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: May-2016
Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Preparing for PSD2 and Open Banking

$5,250.00
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, Published: May-2016
The EU’s Directive on Payment Services 2 (PSD2) will accelerate the fragmentation of Europe’s retail banking industry following the global financial crisis. The opportunities brought about by PSD2 will energize banks with strong brand awareness and advanced digital offerings into pushing the boundaries of open banking. Increased competition from card issuers and non-bank third-party providers will prompt steady mid-cap players to fundamentally ev.....

Wearable Payments: Sizing the Opportunity

$3,450.00
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, Published: May-2016
The wearable payments market is still very much in its infancy, with most companies in this space still experimenting with form factors and functionality. Apple has emerged as a frontrunner with its payments-capable Apple Watch, but it is far from the only high-profile company in this space. With the market in its current state it is far too early to call Apple’s first-mover advantage decisive, and while this space is likely to see a lot of atten.....

Wealth in the US: HNW Investors; Understanding HNW investors and wealth management strategies

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: May-2016
The US is the largest wealth market in the world, and home to a diverse and sizable HNW segment. As the population continues to age, building ties with younger generations will ensure successful transfers of wealth to beneficiaries. Less than 25% of client investment portfolios are allocated into bond investments, and with less demand expected in the future more pressure is placed on better returns from alternative investments.

Wealth in Canada: HNW Investors; Understanding HNW investors and wealth management strategies in Canada.

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: May-2016
The HNW market in Canada is dominated by family business owners and expat clients drawn from Asia Pacific and the US. These busy owners prefer discretionary asset management and have little desire to try other options. As cautious investors they favor classic investments such as equities and bonds, investing little into less liquid assets such as property or commodities. Tax is a major issue for the domestic wealth market and a key driver for boo.....

Wealth in Hong Kong: Sizing the Market Opportunity

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Apr-2016

The number of affluent investors in Hong Kong grew to 2.4 million in 2015, achieving a lower rate of growth than its long-term average since the financial crisis rocked the market in 2008. Yet Hong Kong remains an attractive market. 40% of the adult population is considered affluent, comparable to markets in the developed West, while growth rates still resemble those found in the East. Growth going forward will be more modest for both affluent.....

Broker Distribution Insight: Which Insurers Lead The Way?

$1,995.00
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, Published: Apr-2016
Brokers are a traditional and long-established channel insurers use to distribute their products; therefore it is essential the service insurers provide is adapted to broker needs. Easy and convenient access to product offerings and services is key, as is the provision of added support and guidance. Brokers are increasingly looking online to cater for smaller risks, and they also expect claims services and the speed of response to queries to be q.....