UK Wealth Management: HNW Investors 2019

UK Wealth Management: HNW Investors 2019

  • March 2020 •
  • 33 pages •
  • Report ID: 5876064 •
  • Format: PDF
UK Wealth Management: HNW Investors 2019

Summary
Most HNW individuals in the UK earned their wealth through earned income, and are showing strong demand for planning and lending products.However, a multi-service proposition is a must as demand is expected to increase across all planning services and mandates, especially advisory services, as HNW investors want more control over their wealth.

Wealth managers must remain acute to changes surrounding Brexit and slower economic growth, as this will affect investments. HNW investors are also looking to bulletproof their portfolios against increased volatility.

This report analyzes the investing preferences and portfolio allocation of the UK’s HNW individuals. It profiles HNW investors in terms of their demographics; examines the allocation of HNW investors’ portfolios; analyzes their propensity to invest offshore; and explores product and service demand among UK HNW investors.

Scope
- 30.4% of female investors are 50 and under, as opposed to 21.6% of male investors.
- 12.4% of HNW individuals in the UK are expats, compared to the European average of 16.9%.
- HNW individuals are showing strong demand for all services, particularly advisory mandates at 67.8%.
- UK HNW individuals hold over a third of their portfolio offshore. A quarter of this wealth is in the US.

Reasons to buy
- Develop and enhance your client targeting strategies using our data on HNW profiles and sources of wealth.
- Give your marketing strategies the edge required and capture new clients using insights from our data on HNW investors’ preferences for the various styles of asset management.
- Tailor your investment product portfolio to match current and future demand for different products, services, and asset classes among HNW individuals.
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