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Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2022: 62.5 million HNWs with $221.7 Trillion, 264,200 UHNWs with $50 Million, $463 trillion Global Wealth 

1st October 2022 | Hong Kong

Credit Suisse has released the 13th edition of the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2022, providing key insights into global wealth, UHNWs & HNWs.  In 2021, the total global wealth is $463 trillion, with 62.5 million HNWs (1.2 % of population) with more than $1 million and holding $221.7 trillion (47.8%) of global wealth.  There are 264,200 UHNWs with more than $50 million of wealth, 2.72 million people with $10 million to $50 million, and 5.37 million people with $5 million to $10 million. The top 5 countries with the most HNWs (millionaires) are United States, China, Japan, United Kingdom & France.    The top 5 countries with the most UHNWs (> $50 million) are United States, China, Germany, Canada & India.  The top 5 countries with the highest wealth per adult are Switzerland ($696k), United States ($579k), Hong Kong ($552k), Australia ($550k), New Zealand ($472k).  The report also projects global wealth to rise 28% by 2026 ($463 trillion to $592 trillion), millionaires to grow from 62.5 million to 87 million in 5 years (2026) and UHNWs (>$50 million) to grow from 264,200 to 385,000 in 5 years (2026).  The Global Wealth Report 2022: Read More

“ 2021 Global wealth $463 trillion, $221.7 trillion HNW Wealth (47.8%), 62.5 million HNWs (1.2%), 264,200 UHNWs ($50 million)

Highest Wealth Per Adult: Switzerland, United States, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand “

 


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1) 2021 Global Wealth:

  • Global Wealth: $463 trillion (+7.7%)
  • North America – $159 trillion (+15.5%)
  • Europe – $106 trillion (+1.5%)
  • China – $85.1 trillion (+15.1%)
  • APAC – $81.3 trillion (5.6%)
  • India – $14.2 trillion (+12%)
  • Latin America – $12.5 trillion (+10.5%)
  • Africa – $5.8 trillion (+7.7%)

2021 Global Wealth Distribution:

  • More than $1 million: 62.5 million people, $221.7 trillion wealth (1.2% of population, 47.8% of wealth)
  • $100k to $1 million: 627 million people, $176.5 trillion wealth (11.8% of population, 38.1% of wealth)
  • $10k to $100k: 1.79 billion people, $60.4 trillion wealth (33.8% of population, 13% of wealth)
  • Less than $10k: 2.81 billion people, $5 trillion (53.2% of population, 1.1% of wealth)

 

2) Millionaires / UHNWs Breakdown:

  • More than $50 million – 264,200 people
  • $10 million to $50 million – 2.72 million people
  • $5 million to $10 million – 5.37 million people
  • $1 million to $5 million – 54 million people

Top 17 Countries – Highest no. of millionaires / HNWs:

  1. United States
  2. China
  3. Japan
  4. United Kingdom
  5. France
  6. Germany
  7. Canada
  8. Australia
  9. Italy
  10. Korea
  11. Netherlands
  12. Switzerland
  13. Spain
  14. Taiwan
  15. India
  16. Sweden
  17. Hong Kong

Top 20 Countries – Highest no. of UHNWs / $50 million & above:

  1. United States 
  2. China 
  3. Germany 
  4. Canada 
  5. India 
  6. Japan 
  7. France 
  8. Australia 
  9. United Kingdom 
  10. Italy 
  11. Korea 
  12. Russia 
  13. Switzerland 
  14. Hong Kong 
  15. Sweden 
  16. Taiwan 
  17. Spain 
  18. Brazil 
  19. Singapore 
  20. Netherlands 

Top 20 Countries – Average Wealth Per Adult

  1. Switzerland – $696k
  2. United States – $579k
  3. Hong Kong – $552k
  4. Australia – $550k
  5. New Zealand – $472k
  6. Denmark – $426k
  7. Canada – $409k
  8. Netherlands – $400k
  9. Sweden – $381k
  10. Belgium – $381k
  11. Singapore – $358k
  12. Norway – $334k
  13. France – $322k
  14. United Kingdom – $309k
  15. Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) – $297k
  16. Israel – $273k
  17. Germany – $256k
  18. Ireland – $251k
  19. Austria – $250k
  20. Japan – $245k

Top 20 Countries – Median Wealth Per Adult (50th Percentile)

  1. Australia – $273,900 
  2. Belgium – $267,890 
  3. New Zealand – $231,260 
  4. Hong Kong SAR – $202,380 
  5. Denmark – $171,170 
  6. Switzerland – $168,080 
  7. Canada – $151,250 
  8. Netherlands – $142,990 
  9. United Kingdom – $141,550 
  10. France – $139,170 
  11. Norway – $132,480 
  12. Japan – $120,000 
  13. Taiwan – $113,940
  14. Italy – $112,140 
  15. Spain – $104,160 
  16. Qatar – $100,010 
  17. Sweden – $95,050
  18. United States – $93,270
  19. Korea – $93,140
  20. Singapore – $93,130

2021 Biggest Gains in Wealth by Country:

  1. New Zealand 
  2. United States 
  3. Australia 
  4. Taiwan
  5. Israel 
  6. Denmark
  7. Sweden 
  8. Switzerland
  9. Singapore

2021 Biggest Loss in Wealth by Country:

  1. Greece
  2. Portugal
  3. Turkey
  4. Belgium
  5. Italy
  6. Japan

 

3) Wealth outlook 2021 to 2026

  • Russia-Ukraine war are likely to hamper real wealth creation 
  • global wealth in nominal US dollars to increase by $169 trillion by 2026 
  • Low- & middle-income countries currently account for 24% of wealth, but will drive 42% of wealth growth over next 5 years 
  • Middle-income countries will be the primary driver of global trends. 
  • Global wealth per adult to rise 28% by 2026 
  • Millionaires to grow from 62.5 million to 87 million in 5 years (2026)
  • UHNWs to grow from 264,200 to 385,000 in 5 years (2026)

No. of millionaires in 2021, 2026

  1. United States – 24 million, 27 million
  2. China – 6.1 million, 12 million
  3. Japan – 3.3 million, 4.7 million
  4. United Kingdom – 2.8 million, 4.6 million
  5. France – 2.7 million, 3.9 million
  6. Germany – 2.6 million, 3.3 million
  7. Canada – 2.2 million, 3.3 million
  8. Australia – 2.1 million, 2.9 million
  9. Italy – 1.4 million, 1.6 million
  10. Korea – 1.2 million, 2 million
  11. Switzerland – 1.1 million, 1.5 million
  12. Netherlands – 1.1 million, 1.2 million
  13. Spain – 1.1 million, 1.4 million
  14. Taiwan – 869k, 1.6 million
  15. India – 796k 1.6 million
  16. Hong Kong SAR – 632k, 1.2 million

 

The Global Wealth Report 2022: Read More

About the Credit Suisse Research Institute

The Credit Suisse Research Institute is Credit Suisse’s in-house think tank. The Institute was established in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis with the objective of studying long-term economic developments, which have – or promise to have – a global impact within and beyond the financial services. Further information about the Credit Suisse Research Institute can be found at www.credit-suisse.com/researchinstitute.

Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse is one of the world’s leading financial services providers. The bank’s strategy builds on its core strengths: its position as a leading wealth manager, its specialist investment banking and asset management capabilities and its strong presence in its home market of Switzerland. Credit Suisse seeks to follow a balanced approach to wealth management, aiming to capitalize on both the large pool of wealth within mature markets as well as the significant growth in wealth in Asia Pacific and other emerging markets, while also serving key developed markets with an emphasis on Switzerland. The bank employs more than 50,000 people. The registered shares (CSGN) of Credit Suisse Group AG, are listed in Switzerland and, in the form of American Depositary Shares (CS), in New York. Further information about Credit Suisse can be found at www.credit-suisse.com.




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