List of countries by financial assets per capita

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List of countries by mean net financial assets per capita by Allianz A.G. (2018)[edit]

Allianz A.G.[1][2] reports every year the mean net financial assets per capita by country in . Countries are categorised as HWC (high wealth countries), MWC (medium wealth countries) or LWC (low wealth countries). The list shows the 19 HWC countries with net financial assets per capita and the world average.

List by Allianz A.G. (2018)
Rank Country Mean net financial assets per capita
(EUR)
1   Switzerland 173,990
2  United States 168,640
3  Sweden 98,380
4  Netherlands 95,880
5  Belgium 93,580
6  Japan 92,000
7  Singapore 90,650
8  Taiwan 90,260
9  Denmark 88,270
10  Canada 87,390
11  New Zealand 83,570
12  United Kingdom 82,360
13  Australia 72,080
14  Israel 68,710
15  France 59,100
16  Italy 58,610
17  Austria 53,980
18  Germany 52,390
19  Ireland 47,440
World average 25,320

List of countries by gross financial wealth per adult Credit Suisse S.A. (2017)[edit]

The table below lists the 34 countries with the highest financial gross wealth per adult.[3] The net average financial wealth is calculated by subtracting the debt from the mean financial wealth. The adult financial wealth is the total value of 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. Financial assets include pension and life insurance reserves, which in many cases cannot be withdrawn at one's discretion. During periods when equity markets experienced strong growth, the relative national and per capita wealth of the countries where people are more exposed on those markets, such as the United States and United Kingdom, tend to rise. On the other hand, when equity markets are depressed, the relative wealth the countries where people invest more in real estate or bonds, such as France and Italy, tend to rise instead. Countries with more aged populations like Germany and Italy would have higher relative wealth, if calculated per capita and not per adult.[4]

List of countries by gross financial wealth per adult Credit Suisse (2017)[3]
Rank Country Gross financial wealth per adult
(USD)
1   Switzerland 368,936
2  United States 320,107
3  Denmark 223,102
4  Sweden 204,253
5  Iceland 202,882
6  Australia 199,275
7  Netherlands 196,442
8  Luxembourg 191,313
9  Singapore 178,916
10  United Kingdom 170,102
11  Belgium 169,455
12  Israel 163,817
13  Japan 154,235
14  New Zealand 153,739
15  Canada 153,224
16  Taiwan 142,733
17  Hong Kong 127,424
18  Ireland 124,580
19  Norway 119,937
20  France 116,770
21  Austria 106,790
22  Italy 100,168
23  Germany 97,226
24  Finland 82,991
25  Malta 81,701
26  South Korea 74,246
27  Cyprus 65,863
28  Spain 65,568
29  Qatar 62,239
30  Portugal 52,904
31  Kuwait 49,897
32  United Arab Emirates 45,355
33  Chile 33,507
34  Greece 30,524


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References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.allianz.com/v_1537884251321/media/economic_research/publications/specials/en/Allianz_Global_Wealth_Report_2018_e.pdf
  2. ^ https://www.allianz.com/en/economic_research/research_data/interactive-wealth-map/
  3. ^ a b "Global Wealth Databook". Credit Suisse Research. 2017. pp. 101–104.
  4. ^ http://publications.credit-suisse.com/tasks/render/file/index.cfm?fileid=A8BD95FB-A213-1EE7-59CC7F2F001A11AF

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