List of countries by wealth per adult

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This is a list of countries of the world sorted by wealth per adult

List of OECD countries by wealth per adult, 2013[edit]

The table below lists the 34 OECD countries' wealth per adult in USD.[1] The net mean (average) wealth is calculated by subtracting the debt from the gross mean wealth.

Country/Territory Net mean wealth
per adult
Gross mean wealth
per adult
Net median wealth
per adult
Debt
per adult
 Australia 402,578 503,070 219,505 100,492
 Austria 203,931 236,657 57,450 32,726
 Belgium 255,573 289,423 148,141 33,851
 Canada 251,034 313,186 90,252 62,151
 Chile 49,032 57,160 11,742 8,129
 Czech Republic 44,975 53,372 15,541 8,396
 Denmark 255,066 370,846 57,675 115,780
 Estonia 33,701 44,614 15,724 10,913
 Finland 171,821 213,882 95,095 42,061
 France 295,933 334,536 141,850 38,603
 Germany 192,232 223,051 49,370 30,819
 Greece 102,971 122,173 53,937 19,202
 Hungary 28,379 33,896 14,068 5,517
 Iceland 211,592 374,600 104,733 163,008
 Ireland 183,804 255,303 75,573 71,499
 Israel 137,351 167,200 38,164 29,849
 Italy 241,383 266,731 138,653 25,348
 Japan 216,694 251,733 110,294 35,039
 Luxembourg 315,240 399,649 182,768 84,409
 Mexico 35,872 37,389 9,718 1,518
 Netherlands 185,588 274,590 83,631 89,002
 New Zealand 182,548 231,867 76,607 49,319
 Norway 380,473 504,209 92,859 123,736
 Poland 26,056 31,988 9,109 5,932
 Portugal 89,074 114,068 38,846 24,994
 Slovakia 27,224 34,352 20,740 7,127
 Slovenia 64,067 74,018 44,932 9,950
 South Korea 79,475 106,704 30,938 27,229
 Spain 123,997 155,525 63,306 31,528
 Sweden 299,441 365,536 52,677 66,095
  Switzerland 512,562 645,573 95,916 133,012
 Turkey 25,909 27,940 5,326 2,030
 United Kingdom 243,570 293,114 111,524 49,545
 United States 301,140 357,951 44,911 56,811

List of OECD countries by financial wealth per adult, 2011[edit]

The table below lists the 34 OECD countries' financial net wealth per adult in PPP.[2] The net average wealth is calculated by subtracting the debt from the mean wealth. Household financial wealth is the total value of a household’s financial worth, or the sum of their overall financial assets minus liabilities. Financial wealth takes into account: savings, monetary gold, currency and deposits, stocks, securities and loans. Unlike nonfinancial assets, financial assets are liquid and can much more easily support consumption, as they are not tied to the value of one's home (part of nonfinancial assets). Note however, that financial assets include pension and life insurance reserves, which in many cases cannot be withdrawn at one's discretion, but rather are annuitized.

Country/Territory Net financial wealth
 Australia 38,482
 Austria 48,125
 Belgium 78,368
 Canada 63,261
 Chile 18,141
 Czech Republic 17,262
 Denmark 39,951
 Estonia 7,843
 Finland 20,190
 France 47,668
 Germany 49,484
 Greece 14,004
 Hungary 13,652
 Iceland 43,045
 Ireland 28,099
 Israel 55,932
 Italy 54,147
 Japan 85,309
 Luxembourg 57,159
 Mexico 10,449
 Netherlands 71,063
 New Zealand 7,480
 Norway 8,365
 Poland 10,406
 Portugal 29,640
 Slovakia 9,651
 Slovenia 18,912
 South Korea 28,290
 Spain 23,120
 Sweden 55,301
  Switzerland 100,812
 Turkey 3,317
 United Kingdom 60,065
 United States 132,822

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