In its third iteration, this report focuses on retail investors’ financial holdings and their relationships with their wealth managers. The investor base is segmented into three wealth tiers of mass affluent, affluent, and high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs). It examines Asian investors’ demographic profiles, their reliance on wealth managers and financial advice, and their investments in mutual funds. The report proposes the most suitable product and distribution strategy for asset and wealth managers to reach out to wealthy investors in Asia. Cerulli also provides the latest insights into the wealth management themes in the region, including evolving business models and product trends.
The report coverage has been expanded this year to also include wealthy Japanese investors, which brings the number of countries under our coverage to seven: China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan. The report draws insights from a proprietary survey conducted with nearly 2,100 retail investors in these key markets in Asia.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Review the investment behaviors and preferences of Asian investors with proposals for the most appropriate product and distribution strategies
- Understand how receptive Asian investors are to using automated algorithm-based platforms and the factors that influence investors to use these services
- Review current product trends and themes in the Asian wealth management industry, including entry strategies into particularmarkets such as China’s through the wholly foreign-owned enterprise scheme (WFOE)