Wealth Report 2016 by Knight Frank

The Wealth Report by Knight Frank offers a unique glimpse into the attitudes, investments and choices of ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) from around the world. We’ve asked internationally renowned experts to share their own insights into wealth, property investment and the significant trends of 2016.
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The performance of the world’s most important prime residential markets, only in The Wealth Report 2016, by Knight Frank

The performance of the world’s most important prime residential markets, only in The Wealth Report by Knight Frank

The Wealth Report analyses the most important hubs for the world's UHNWIs

London and New York consistently ranked as the most important cities for UHNWIs around the world.

A guide to global trends and markets for UHNWI investors, only in The Wealth Report 2016, by Knight Frank

A guide to global trends and markets for UHNWI investors, only in The Wealth Report by Knight Frank

Last year saw yet more records broken in the modern-art world. When Will You Marry?, a painting by Paul Gauguin of two Tahitian girls, became the most expensive work of art ever sold when it was bought by a museum in Qatar for $300m.

Luxury Investment - The Wealth Report 2016

The Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index tracks the performance of 10 investments of passion and always makes for fascinating reading.

In this chapter we are looking at the performance of investments of passion and trends in luxury spending.

"Perhaps the most significant transformation in the commercial real estate market is the emergence of a deeper pool of prospective investors."

"Perhaps the most significant transformation in the commercial real estate market is the emergence of a deeper pool of prospective investors.

The Wealth Report’s Attitudes Survey looks at the changing outlook of UHNWIs.

Ten Year Perspective - The Wealth Report 2016

Although protecting their wealth is a preoccupation for many UHNWIs, giving much of it away is also important. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan hit the headlines last year when they pledged to give away 99% of their shares– currently worth $45bn – in the social media giant.

The Wealth Report, published by property group Knight Frank with our art direction, design and editorial support, is an authoritative journal charting…

The Attitudes Survey covers a wide range of topics from investment decisions to succession planning.

Ten Year Perspective - The Wealth Report 2016


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