Australia Regional Wealth Markets Analytics

Published by: | Published Date: March, 2015 | Number of pages: 30

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Summary
This dashboard delivers an in-epth view across the Australian wealth market, enabling cross-omparison at a regional level. Historical and forecast data for both the number of individuals and the value of liquid assets is segmented by 11 asset bands and eight regions. Further break-owns between capital cities and rest of state are provided for NSW, Queensland, Victoria, and Western Australia.


Synopsis
-dentify your target customer base and understand its growth potential, with data segmented by asset band and five-ear forecasts.
-ompare the performance of eight regional wealth markets in Australia.
-nalyze the distribution of onshore liquid assets across Australia's adult population.
-xport the graphics from the dashboard, or if you are more at ease using Excel, export the data into your own worksheets.

Reasons To Buy
-hich regions in Australia have weathered recent crises the best and have the most positive prospects for growth in affluent assets?
-hich are the largest regional affluent populations in Australia?
-ow large is the HNW market in my target state in Australia?
-ow does the affluent population break down by asset band in each regional market?

Key Highlights
The assets of the wealthy in Australia are expected to grow at a faster pace in 2015 compared to 2014, when asset growth dipped due to higher unemployment and a difficult adjustment away from the commodities boom. Fueling the growth in liquid assets of Australians in the short term will be equities and mutual funds.

The number of affluent individuals in Australia rose steadily in 2014 and is projected to increase again in 2015. This rising number of affluent and HNW individuals is one of the main drivers behind the robust expansion of the Australian retail wealth market.

The two-peed economy is still in operation in Australia, but 2014 saw a rare convergence in growth rates between the wealth markets in NSW and Victoria compared to Western Australia, the standard bearer for the mining economies. This was driven by the revival in the East Coast economies along with moderating economic activity in the mining sector.