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Altrata Family Wealth Transfer Report 2024: 37,218 HNWs with > $100 Million Wealth, 1.21 Million HNWs with > $5 Million Wealth, Average Age Range of Inheritors Globally 42.6 to 46.8, UHNW Profile Type Corporate Executives 71.1%, Entrepreneurs 20.8%, Sole Inheritors 6.7%, Others 1.4%, Top Donors Primary Source of Wealth is Banking & Finance, Top 3 Donations & Beneficiaries are Education, Arts & Culture and Social Services

28th June 2024 | Hong Kong

Altrata (Wealth-X) has released the Family Wealth Transfer Report 2024, providing key insights into global HNW & UHNW population (high net worth, ultra high net worth), source of wealth, size of wealth transfer & preferred areas to donate wealth.  In 2024, there are 1.21 million HNWs (> $5 million wealth) with $30.9 trillion wealth (Average $25 million) and 37,218 HNWs (> $100 million wealth) with $13.9 trillion wealth (Average $374 million).  Individuals with > $1 billion wealth – 1,300+ HNWs.  $100 m to $1 billion wealth – 35,000+ HNWs.  $30 m to $100 million wealth – 117,000+ HNWs.  $5 m to $30 million wealth – 1 million+ HNWs.  Top 3 HNW population by region – North America 597,309 HNWs, Europe 268,701 HNWs, Asia 238,508 HNWs.  Top 3 HNW wealth by region – North America $14.1 trillion, Europe $7.4 trillion, Asia $6 trillion.  Average age range of inheritors in all regionsAge 42.6 to 46.8.  Average age of donors with > $30 to $100 millionAge 75.2.  Average age of donors with > $100 millionAge 76.3.  Gender of Donors $100 m to $1 billion – 90.7% men / 9.3% women.  Gender of Donors $30 m to $100 million – 89.2% men / 10.8% women.  Gender of Donors $5 m to $30 million – 84.6% men / 15.4% women.  6 Major aspects of family wealth planning – 1) Family governance, 2) Business transition, 3) Philanthropy, 4) Financial & investment management, 5) Real estate & luxury assets, 6) Reporting, legal, tax & others.  UHNW profile type for wealth transfer – Corporate Executives 71.1%, Entrepreneurs 20.8%, Sole Inheritors 6.7%, Others 1.4%.  Top 3 Asia UHNW source of wealth (donors > $100 million) – Banking & finance 14.4%, Industrial conglomerates 12.5%, Real estate 10.1%.  Top 3 Europe UHNW source of wealth (donors > $100 million) – Banking & finance 19%, Business & consumer services 9.8%, Real estate 7%.  Top 3 North America UHNW source of wealth (donors > $100 million) – Banking & finance 23.8%, Non-profit & social organizations 10.2%, Real estate 10%.  Top 3 UHNW Corporate Executives preferred donations – Philanthropy 47.1%, Sports 34.4%, Aviation 24%.  Top 3 UHNW Entrepreneurs preferred donations – Philanthropy 54.2%, Sports 40.9%, Aviation 28.3%.  Top 3 UHNW Inheritors Executives preferred donations – Philanthropy 63.2%, Sports 27.7%, Aviation 27.3%.  Top 3 UHNW donation in next 10 years (till 2033) – Education 56.7%, Arts & culture 39.8%, Social services 31.5%.  Top 7 Beneficiaries from UHNW donors in next 10 years (till 2033) – Education 61.4%, Arts & culture 44.7%, Social services 35.9%.  See below for key findings & summary | View report here

“ 37,218 HNWs with > $100 Million Wealth, 1.21 Million HNWs with > $5 Million Wealth, Average Age Range of Inheritors Globally 42.6 to 46.8, UHNW Profile Type Corporate Executives 71.1%, Entrepreneurs 20.8%, Sole Inheritors 6.7%, Others 1.4%, Top Donors Primary Source of Wealth is Banking & Finance, Top 3 Donations & Beneficiaries are Education, Arts & Culture and Social Services “

 



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HNW (high net worth) ~ In this summary report, we refer HNW to as individuals with > $5 million.  Generally, HNW refers to individuals with > $1 million.  In the Altrata Family Wealth Transfer Report 2024, VHNW (Very high net worth) refers to individuals with $5 million to $30 million).

 

 

Altrata Family Wealth Transfer Report 2024: 37,218 HNWs with > $100 Million Wealth, 1.21 Million HNWs with > $5 Million Wealth, Average Age Range of Inheritors Globally 42.6 to 46.8, UHNW Profile Type Corporate Executives 71.1%, Entrepreneurs 20.8%, Sole Inheritors 6.7%, Others 1.4%, Top Donors Primary Source of Wealth is Banking & Finance, Top 3 Donations & Beneficiaries are Education, Arts & Culture and Social Services

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Altrata (Wealth-X) has released the Family Wealth Transfer Report 2024, providing key insights into global HNW & UHNW population, source of wealth, size of wealth transfer & preferred areas to donate wealth.  View report here

 

Altrata Family Wealth Transfer Report 2024

Definitions:

  • High net worth (HNW) individuals* – > $5 m to $30 million
  • Ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals – > $30 million
  • Donors – donating wealth
  • Beneficiaries / Inheritors – inheriting wealth

In this summary, we refer HNW to as individuals with > $5 million.  In the report VHNW (Very high net worth) refers to individuals with $5 million to $30 million).

 

Summary

  1. HNW with > $5 million1.21 million HNWs with $30.9 trillion wealth (Average $25 million)
  2. HNW with > $100 million37,218 HNWs with $13.9 trillion wealth (Average $374 million)
  3. Individuals with > $1 billion – 1,300+ HNWs
  4. $100 m to $1 billion – 35,000+ HNWs
  5. $30 m to $100 million – 117,000+ HNWs
  6. $5 m to $30 million – 1 million+ HNWs
  7. Top 3 HNW population by region – North America 597,309 HNWs, Europe 268,701 HNWs, Asia 238,508 HNWs, 
  8. Top 3 HNW wealth by region – North America $14.1 trillion, Europe $7.4 trillion, Asia $6 trillion
  9. 6 Major aspects of family wealth planning – 1) Family governance, 2) Business transition, 3) Philanthropy, 4) Financial & investment management, 5) Real estate & luxury assets, 6) Reporting, legal, tax & others

UHNW Donations:

  1. Average age range of inheritors in all regions – Age 42.6 to 46.8
  2. Average age of donors with > $30 to $100 millionAge 75.2
  3. Average age of donors with > $100 millionAge 76.3
  4. Gender of Donors $100 m to $1 billion – 90.7% men / 9.3% women
  5. Gender of Donors $30 m to $100 million – 89.2% men / 10.8% women
  6. Gender of Donors $5 m to $30 million – 84.6% men / 15.4% women
  7. UHNW profile type for wealth transfer – Corporate Executives 71.1%, Entrepreneurs 20.8%, Sole Inheritors 6.7%, Others 1.4%
  8. Top 3 Asia UHNW source of wealth (donors > $100 million) – Banking & finance 14.4%, Industrial conglomerates 12.5%, Real estate 10.1%
  9. Top 3 Europe UHNW source of wealth (donors > $100 million) – Banking & finance 19%, Business & consumer services 9.8%, Real estate 7%
  10. Top 3 North America UHNW source of wealth (donors > $100 million) – Banking & finance 23.8%, Non-profit & social organizations 10.2%, Real estate 10%
  11. Top 3 UHNW Corporate Executives preferred donations – Philanthropy 47.1%, Sports 34.4%, Aviation 24%
  12. Top 3 UHNW Entrepreneurs preferred donations – Philanthropy 54.2%, Sports 40.9%, Aviation 28.3%
  13. Top 3 UHNW Inheritors Executives preferred donations – Philanthropy 63.2%, Sports 27.7%, Aviation 27.3%
  14. Top 3 UHNW donation in next 10 years (till 2033) – Education 56.7%, Arts & culture 39.8%, Social services 31.5%
  15. Top 7 Beneficiaries from UHNW donors in next 10 years (till 2033) – Education 61.4%, Arts & culture 44.7%, Social services 35.9%

 

 

Altrata Family Wealth Transfer Report 2024

1) HNW Population & Wealth

HNW with more than $5 million:

  • HNW with > $5 million1.21 million HNWs
  • Total wealth – $30.9 trillion
  • Average wealth$25 million each

HNW with more than $100 million:

  • More than $100 million37,218 HNWs
  • Total wealth$13.9 trillion
  • Average wealth$374 million each

HNW Population to transfer wealth in next 10 years (to 2033)

  • Individuals with > $1 billion – 1,379 HNWs
  • $100 m to $1 billion – 35,840
  • $30 m to $100 million – 117,683
  • $5 m to $30 million – 1,061,095
  • Total (> $5 million) – 1.21 million HNWs 

Total wealth to be transferred in next 10 years (to 2033)

  • Individuals with > $1 billion – $4.9 trillion
  • $100 m to $1 billion – $8.9 trillion
  • $30 m to $100 million – $5.9 trillion
  • $5 m to $30 million – $11 trillion
  • Total wealth – $30.9 trillion

Average wealth to be transferred in next 10 years (to 2033)

  • Individuals with > $1 billion – $3.5 billion each (1,379 HNWs)
  • $100 m to $1 billion – $250 million each (35,840 HNWs)
  • $30 m to $100 million – $50 million each (117,683 HNWs)
  • $5 m to $30 million – $10 million each (1,061,095 HNWs)
  • Total average wealth – $25 million each (1.21 million HNWs with > $ 5 million)

 

HNW Population by Region:

  • North America – 597,309 HNWs 
  • Europe – 268,701
  • Asia – 238,508
  • Latin America & Caribbean – 45,113
  • Middle East – 30,672
  • Pacific- 27,374
  • Africa – 8,320
  • Total (> $5 million)1.21 million HNWs

Pacific ~ Australia & New Zealand

Total HNW Wealth by Region:

  • North America – $14.1 trillion
  • Europe – $7.4 trillion
  • Asia – $6 trillion
  • Middle East – $1.2 trillion
  • Latin America & Caribbean – $1.2 trillion
  • Pacific – $524 billion
  • Africa – $214 billion
  • Total wealth$30.9 trillion

 

2) Age of Inheritors of Wealth

Average age range of inheritors in all regions Age 42.6 to 46.8

Average age of inheritors (UHNW Parents > $30 m):

  • North America – Age 47.6
  • Europe – Age 47.9
  • Asia – Age 48.7
  • Middle East – Age 50.4
  • Latin America & Caribbean – Age 50.6
  • Pacific – Age 50.3
  • Africa – Age 49.9

Average age of inheritors (VHNW Parents $5 m to $30 m):

  • North America – Age 46.1
  • Europe – Age 46
  • Asia – Age 46.8
  • Middle East – Age 43
  • Latin America & Caribbean – Age 44.8
  • Pacific – Age 44.2
  • Africa – Age 42.6

 

3) Age & Gender of Donors of Wealth

Current Age of UHNW Donors:

  • Average age with > $30 to $100 million75.2
  • Average age with > $100 million76.3

UHNW Donors Age Group ($30 to $100 million / > $100 million):

  • Below age 70 – 26.3% / 30.7%
  • Between age 70 to 80 – 43.3% / 44.2%
  • Above age 80 – 30.4% / 25.1%

Men vs Women Donors by Wealth Tier

  • $100 m to $1 billion – 90.7% men / 9.3% women
  • $30 m to $100 million – 89.2% men / 10.8% women
  • $5 m to $30 million – 84.6% men / 15.4% women

 

4) Family Wealth Planning

6 Major aspects of family wealth planning: 

  • Family governance
  • Business transition
  • Philanthropy
  • Financial & investment management
  • Real estate & luxury assets
  • Reporting, legal, tax & others

 

5) UHNW Profile & Source of Wealth 

UHNW profile type for wealth transfer in next 10 years (to 2033):

  • Corporate Executives71.1% of UHNWs
  • Entrepreneurs20.8%
  • Sole Inheritors – 6.7%
  • Others – 1.4%

UHNW wealth by profile type for wealth transfer in next 10 years (to 2033):

  • Corporate Executives61.4% of wealth
  • Entrepreneurs – 30.2%
  • Sole Inheritors – 7.5%
  • Other UHNWs – 0.8%

 

Top 8 UHNW primary industries (donors > $100 million)

Asia UHNW source of wealth:

  1. Banking & finance – 14.4%
  2. Industrial conglomerates – 12.5%
  3. Real estate – 10.1%
  4. Manufacturing – 8.5%
  5. Business & consumer services – 6.3%
  6. F&B – 5.9%
  7. Healthcare – 5.5%
  8. Hospitality & entertainment – 4.8%

Europe UHNW source of wealth:

  1. Banking & finance – 19%
  2. Business & consumer services – 9.8%
  3. Real estate – 7%
  4. Manufacturing – 6.8%
  5. F&B – 6.6%
  6. Hospitality & entertainment – 5.8%
  7. Non-profit & social organizations – 5.6%
  8. Textiles, apparel & luxury goods – 5.5%

North America UHNW source of wealth:

  1. Banking & finance – 23.8%
  2. Non-profit & social organizations – 10.2%
  3. Real estate – 10%
  4. Business & consumer services – 9.9%
  5. Healthcare – 4.9%
  6. Hospitality & entertainment – 4.8%
  7. Manufacturing – 4.8%
  8. F&B – 4.5%

 

6) UHNW Donations

Top 8 UHNW preferred donations by interests, passions & hobbies (Next 10 years):

For Corporate Executives:

  1. Philanthropy – 47.1%
  2. Sports – 34.4%
  3. Aviation – 24%
  4. Outdoors – 20.5%
  5. Education – 19.6%
  6. Politics – 16.8%
  7. Public Speaking – 15.1%
  8. Art – 14.7%

For Entrepreneurs:

  1. Philanthropy – 54.2%
  2. Sports – 40.9%
  3. Aviation – 28.3%
  4. Outdoors – 20.3%
  5. Education – 20.3%
  6. Politics – 20.3%
  7. Public Speaking – 19.1%
  8. Art – 15.6%

For Inheritors:

  1. Philanthropy – 63.2%
  2. Sports – 27.7%
  3. Aviation – 27.3%
  4. Outdoors – 24%
  5. Education – 21.7%
  6. Politics – 19.2%
  7. Public Speaking – 19%
  8. Art – 12.6%

 

Top 7 philanthropic causes among ultra wealthy donors and their beneficiaries (Next 10 years):

Top 7 UHNW donation in next 10 years (till 2033):

  1. Education – 56.7%
  2. Arts & culture – 39.8%
  3. Social services – 31.5%
  4. Healthcare & medical research – 29.8%
  5. Environment, conservation & animals – 15%
  6. Children & youth development – 9.2%
  7. Public affairs – 5.4%

Top 7 Beneficiaries from UHNW donors in next 10 years (till 2033):

  1. Education – 61.4%
  2. Arts & culture – 44.7%
  3. Healthcare & medical research – 36.9%
  4. Social services – 35.9%
  5. Environment, conservation & animals – 21.6%
  6. Children & youth development – 13.8%
  7. Public affairs – 8.7%

 

 

About Altrata 

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