The United States Wealth Report from Capgemini
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As part of our family of wealth reports, the U.S. Wealth Report 2015 is derived from Capgemini’s World Wealth Report which has built a strong and lasting reputation as the industry’s benchmark for tracking HNWIs at a global, regional and country level.
The U.S. Wealth Report (USWR) 2015, provides in-depth analysis and insights into the high net worth populations and wealth of the top 12 U.S. Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs).
In addition to an in-depth exploration of HNW population and wealth the report explores investment preferences, geographic allocations, and credit preferences of U.S. HNWIs. It also covers how investors seek support and what firms are doing to facilitate their preference for driving social impact.
The report investigates the emergence of automated advisors in today’s shifting U.S. wealth management landscape and the potential role for these players. It also explores how some leading firms are leveraging the automated advisor trend to complement their existing strengths.
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