This report is the result of WealthInsights extensive research covering the Wealth Management industry in Asia. It covers Asia's major offshore centre's namely: Hong Kong and Singapore.
Asia is the fastest growing region in the world in terms of wealth. Financial centres such as Singapore and Hong Kong are ideally located to benefit from this new wealth. The report analyses Hong Kong and Singapores Wealth Management and Private Banking sector, and the opportunities and challenges therein.
- Political and Economic reviews
- Competitive Landscape of the Wealth Sector in Hong Kong and Singapore
- Challenges and Opportunities for the Wealth Sector in both countries
- Leading Companies in the Wealth Management and Private Banking Industry in Hong Kong and Singapore
- Family office information
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- Comprehensive forecasts to 2015.
- The Asia-Pacific wealth management sector (excluding Japan and Australia) grew from assets under management (AuM) of US$650 billion in 2007 to over US$1.3 trillion in 2011. Singapore on its own constitutes 30% of this figure with AuM of over US$550 billion. This is significantly larger than Hong Kongs wealth management and private banking industry, which has US$250 billion in AuM .
- Singapore is the second-largest offshore private banking center in the world, after Switzerland.
- By 2015, Singapore is expected to gain significant ground on Switzerland. This will be fueled by Asia-Pacific HNWIs and by an increasing number of global clients moving their offshore funds from other jurisdictions to Singapore.
- Singapore has positioned itself as the regions leading financial center and is the prime candidate to take advantage of the large capital flows that are expected to flow into China, India and Indonesia over the forecast period.
- Hong Kongs overall prospects remain bright. The PRCs Twelfth-Five-Year Plan, which intends on internationalizing the Chinese currency for the first time, gives support to the development of Hong Kong as a Chinese offshore and international asset management centre.