Julius Baer Asia Wealth Report –
Understand the Asian Wealth Management Landscape
Second Julius Baer Asia Wealth Report
The key exercise in the second Julius Baer Wealth Report is to stress-test the assumptions and conclusions of the inaugural effort. The world has not changed for the better in the intervening period; therefore the re-examination of our outlook is prudent. Secondly, closer attention is paid to the economies in Asia that are on the frontiers of wealth creation, namely China, India and Indonesia.
China, India, Indonesia: Frontiers of growth
Of the ten Asian economies covered in the Julius Baer Wealth Report, China, India and Indonesia emerge as the region’s giants of wealth creation. With over half a million individuals, China is already home to the largest number of high net worth individuals in our sample of countries while Indonesia and India hold enormous promise of catching up.
Julius Baer Lifestyle Index
We proceed by detailing the next instalment of the Julius Baer Lifestyle Index, a proprietary indicator that measures the changes in the cost of living for Asia’s high net worth individuals (HNWI).
At the same time, it also demonstrates a key difference between Asia and developed economies outside the region. Namely, structurally higher inflation pressures can be found in Asia compared to deflation fears that tend to grip developed economies as shown in the chart on right-hand side.
We cordially invite you to explore the second Julius Baer Wealth Report: Asia. Your relationship manager will be happy to provide you with your personal copy (available in English and Simplified Chinese) as well as personal support when it comes to allocating wealth to this region. Today we are well-positioned to offer you a full range of services and investment solutions tied to these markets.