Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2017

The Asia-Pacific Wealth Report is known as the industry leading benchmark for tracking high net worth individuals’ (HNWIs) population, wealth, and investment behaviors and practices in the region. Close to 1,100 HNWIs were surveyed in Asia-Pacific across eight major markets of Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2017

Capgemini’s Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2017 provides leading insights into population growth, wealth growth and changing investing behaviors of High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) in the region. It examines the need for Asia-Pacific wealth management firms to accelerate hybrid advisory transformation to bolster HNWI satisfaction, unlock financial benefits, and protect themselves against Big Tech disruption. Download a copy from our interactive website at

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Explore wealth management trends and insights at will find dynamic graphs to explore Asia-Pacific HNWI data and trends across: market sizing of the HNWI population and wealth; HNWI investment performance; and offshore investment across eight major markets in the region.


Key findings from APWR 2017

  • Despite a slight deceleration, Asia-Pacific continues as No. 1 in HNWI population and wealth. Asia-Pacific HNWI population and wealth increased 7.4% and 8.2%, respectively, down from 9.4% and 9.9% in 2015.
  • Asia-Pacific HNWIs had the highest return on investments globally at 33% held by wealth managers in 2016 but uncertainties around economics are driving HNWIs to invest abroad and turn to cash.
  • Asia-Pacific wealth management firms need to accelerate hybrid advice transformation to improve client satisfaction, unlock financial benefits, and protect themselves against Big Tech disruption.


Get an overview of Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2017 findings with our quick-read infographic.



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