high-net-worth love

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  • When Boston Consulting Group surveyed so-called high-net-worth HNW women with at least US$500,000 in investable assets, it found that they control $20.2 trillion or 27 per cent of global assets under management.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • "The U.S. is a great source of high-net-worth golf travelers and, whilst 12% of the adult population there play golf, these same individuals are responsible for 27% of America's total travel spend."

    Golf Without Boundaries

  • Muni bonds traditionally aren't an asset class in which hedge funds are very interested, as funds don't enjoy the tax exemptions munis provide high-net-worth individuals.

    Hedge Funds Prop Up Muni Market—for Now

  • Some high-net-worth investors and mutual funds have been heavy muni sellers.

    Hedge Funds Prop Up Muni Market—for Now

  • AMP said the alliance will allow it to access about 80% of Japan's institutional investors and about 14% of its retail and high-net-worth banking networks.

    Mitsubishi UFJ Buys 15% of Australia's AMP

  • According to Jerry Villella , global investment specialist at JPMorgan Private Bank, more sophisticated and self-directed high-net-worth clients can take advantage of volatility by selling 'put' options on stocks they would like to own at a specific price.

    Keeping an Even Keel

  • Statistics from the World Wealth Report released by Capgemini and Merrill Lynch show that more than one in four high-net-worth individuals are now female.

    A Woman's Touch

  • For example, 18% of the total high-net-worth population in Europe is female, compared to 37% in the U.S.—where women are more established in the business world— and 31% of high-net-worth individuals are female in Japan.

    A Woman's Touch

  • Women accounted for 27% of the global high-net-worth population in 2010, up from 24% in 2008.

    A Woman's Touch

  • "Broadly speaking high-net-worth women are unhappy with the service provided by their bank, only 41% were satisfied, the rest were dissatisfied," MDRC managing director Richard Williams says.

    A Woman's Touch

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