The World Wealth Report from Capgemini
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Capgemini’s wealth management practice can help firms from strategy through to implementation. Based on our unique insights into the size and potential of target markets across the globe, we help clients implement new client strategies, adapt their practice models, and ensure solutions and costs are appropriate relative to revenue and profitability expectations. We further help firms develop, and implement the operational infrastructures—including operating models, processes, and technologies—required to retain existing clients and acquire new relationships.
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Download Report Title: World Wealth Report 2017
The World Wealth Report 2017 from Capgemini, which is the industry’s leading benchmark for tracking high net worth individuals (HNWIs), is now in its 21st year. This edition of the report looks at the latest dynamics in HNWI wealth, while analyzing macroeconomic conditions that drive change in the Wealth Management industry.
Based on survey responses from more than 2,000 HNWIs from across the globe, the World Wealth Report 2017 provides in-depth global research on HNWI preferences and behaviors and on the topics of asset allocation, service satisfaction, trust and confidence, evolution of fee models, and investment preferences.
To assist wealth management industry executives in making strategic decisions, this year's edition provides an in-depth analysis on what kinds of services and fee models are in demand from clients as part of wealth management services. It also takes a detailed look at clients’ shift towards a hybrid advice model, which is even more important with the industry increasingly utilizing automated advisory models around the world.
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