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Emerging Eastern Economies to Drive Global Wealth Flow

A lot that will come about in 2011 in the wealth management space will be initiated from the emerging Eastern economies. There is no doubt that these developing nations will drive the global wealth. Investment strategies have undergone remarkable changes after the global recession and the most significant of all is the diminishing interests for investing in western economies. Global investment flow is largely directed towards the emerging economies of Asia and Middle East, wherein the growth opportunities are comparatively larger. According to the Global Wealth Report by Credit Suisse Research Institute, one billion individuals located in the growing economies hold one-sixth i.e. USD 32 trillion of global wealth.

Recession is expected to be the key driver for steep wealth growth rates in emerging nations. According to an investment consulting firm, Mercer, investments in emerging countries are largely driven by strong economy, better governance, positive demography, stable politics and expanding capital market access. Wealth managers are strategizing to catch up fast with the remarkable upward trend of investments in the top Asian wealth management markets, specifically, China, Hong Kong, Japan, India and Singapore.

In order to tap the investment opportunities, global wealth management giants such as Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and many more are planning to strengthen their branch network and increase operations in these emerging markets. They have either already opened or are planning to open their regional offices and mark their presence in Asia and the Middle East. Beyond the enhancement of regional presence, wealth managers are also planning to develop customized accounts specifically focused on investment themes of consumers in emerging economies. This strategy is a clear sign of wealth management industry’s long-term commitment to investors in the growing economies.