Despite the recent downturn, Europe remains the largest and most important wealth hub in the world. This report provides a comprehensive review of the wealth sector in Europe, including HNWI trends, wealth management trends and luxury trends in each country.
- European countries ranked by total wealth, wealth per capita, HNWIs and multi-millionaires.
- Country-wise wealth trends over the past year (2016), with forecasts to 2026.
- Review of the European wealth management sector, including major players by AuM.
- Review of the UK wealth management sector, including major players by AuM.
- Review of European family office sector, including market sizing in London and Geneva.
- Country-wise wealth migration trends over the past year (2016).
- Review of the wealthiest cities in Europe.
- Emerging cities in Europe – the next wealth hubs.
- Behavioural mapping of the different wealth bands in Europe.
- Spending habits of European HNWIs, including: art, classic cars, collectables, prime real estate, second homes, travel, hotels and luxury clothing preferences.
- At the end of 2016, there were approximately 3.9 million HNWIs living in Europe, with combined wealth holdings of US$19.7 trillion.
- Malta was the fastest growing wealth market in Europe during the past year (2016), boosted by the migration of a large number of wealthy people to the island and strong growth in local real estate, financial services, IT, internet gaming and professional services sectors.
- Collectables, especially art, wine and classic automobiles are an increasingly popular way for European HNWIs to store their wealth. Collectables accounted for 1.2% or US$236 billion of the assets of European HNWIs in 2016, compared to 1.0% in 2006.
- Family offices are the fastest growing wealth management segment in Europe.
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Notes and Definitions
1.3 Sources and methodology
2 Country statistics
2.1 Benchmarking Europe’s Wealth in Context
2.1.1 World statistics
2.1.2 Europe statistics
2.2 Wealth per capita rankings
2.3 Total wealth rankings
2.4 Wealth trends over the past year
2.5 Wealth trends over the next 10 years
2.6 HNWI rankings
3 Wealth migration trends in Europe
3.1 Countries with large inflows of HNWIs in 2016
3.2 Countries with large outflows of HNWIs in 2016
3.3 Country spotlights
3.4 Cities with large inflows of HNWIs in 2016
3.5 Cities with large outflows of HNWIs in 2016
3.6 Mechanisms of migration
3.7 Brexit impact on wealth migration
4 City statistics
4.1 The wealthiest cities in Europe
4.2 Emerging cities in Europe
5 Spending habits of European HNWIs
5.1 Behavioral mapping
5.3 Prime property hotspots
5.4 Clothing & accessory brands
5.5 Travel & second home destinations
5.6 Hotels and hobbies
5.7 Hotel residences
5.8 Luxury residential estates
6 Wealth management in Europe
7 About the Author
List of Tables
Table 1: Europe: HNWI wealth band and group definitions
Table 2: Europe: Countries ranked by per capita wealth (US$), 2016
Table 3: Europe: Countries ranked by total wealth held (US$ billion), 2016
Table 4: Europe: Wealth growth by country, 2015 - 2016
Table 5: Europe: Wealth growth forecast by country, 2016 - 2026
Table 6: Europe: Countries ranked by HNWIs and multi-millionaires, 2016
Table 7: Europe: Countries ranked by HNWI net inflows, 2016
Table 8: Europe: Countries ranked by HNWI net outflows, 2016
Table 9: Europe: Cities with large (500+) inflows of HNWIs in 2016
Table 10: Europe: Cities with large (500+) outflows of HNWIs in 2016
Table 11: Europe: Behavioral mapping of the different wealth bands, 2016
Table 12: Europe: Popular classic cars for HNWIs, 2016
Table 13: Europe: Major cities ranked by US$ per square meter, 2016
Table 14: Europe: Popular luxury items for HNWIs, 2016
Table 15: Europe: Most popular hotels for HNWIs, 2016
Table 16: UK: Most popular hotels for HNWIs, 2016
Table 17: Europe: Most popular hobbies for HNWIs, 2016
Table 18: Europe: The largest wealth managers by European AuM, 2016
Table 19: Europe: Main holding centers for wealth management, 2016
Table 20: UK: The largest wealth managers by UK AuM, 2016
Table 21: UK: Major multi-family offices, 2016
Table 22: UK: Major single-family offices, 2016
- ABN Amro
- Alta Advisers
- Brewin Dolphin
- C. Hoare & Co.
- Capsicum Private Office
- Coutts (RBS)
- Credit Agricole
- Credit Suisse
- Deutsche Bank
- Grosvenor Limited
- Hoegh Capital Partners
- Innotech Advisors
- Julius Baer
- Kleinwort Benson
- Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch
- Oracle Capital
- Rothschild & Co.
- Safra Sarasin Group
- Smith & Williamson
- Societe Generale
- St James's Place
- Stanhope Capital
- Stonehage Fleming