High Net Worth Individual (HNI)

The Economic Times  Jun 17  Comment 
According to the report, majority of the millionaires and their wealth is evenly distributed between North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
The Economic Times  Feb 17  Comment 
Higher risk appetite and better access to market information are major factors for HNIs making more out of the bull run than retail investors.
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 11  Comment 
Bank of Maharashtra (BoM) has introduced a savings bank deposit scheme, Purple Privileges, exclusively for high networth individuals (HNIs). Under the scheme, which requires maintenance...
guardian.co.uk  Jan 28  Comment 
Number of dollar millionaires predicted to hit 1m within three years Britain is home to 840,000 people who are dollar millionaires with £660,000 or more excluding their main home – a combined wealth of $3.5tn (£2.3tn). The number of...
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 7  Comment 
According to the Kotak Wealth Management report, nearly 50 per cent of ultra high-networth individuals have been making at least three luxury trips and about a third spend a whopping ₹25 lakh a year on leisure
Motley Fool  Jul 4  Comment 
Almost all high-net-worth investors credit "hard work'' and "education'' for assisting in their wealth creation.
Euromoney  Jun 13  Comment 
Despite the stunning revival of emerging-market currencies, and the fragile five in particular, high and ultra-high net worth individuals remain reluctant to increase their exposure, suggesting many funds have missed out on the rally.
Forbes  Apr 29  Comment 
It’s a safe bet that most professionals have a social media account.  Estimates say 90% of all high net worth individuals (HNWI) – those earning between $100,000 and $1 million are quite active with social media, many of whom spend more than...
Clusterstock  Sep 12  Comment 
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The Hindu Business Line  May 8  Comment 
Norms to apply to non-salaried HNIs


High net worth individual (HNI) is a classification used by the financial services industry to denote an individual or family with high net worth. The cutoff for this designation is imprecise i.e. some companies use the term to denote individuals with over $100,000 in assets, while other companies use $500,000. Although there is no precise definition of how rich somebody must be to fit into this category, high net worth is generally quoted in terms of liquid assets over a certain figure. The categorization is relevant because high net worth individuals generally qualify for separately managed investment accounts instead of regular mutual funds. HNIs are in high demand by private wealth managers. The more money a person has, the more work it takes to maintain and preserve those assets. These individuals generally demand (and can justify) personalized services in investment management, estate planning, tax planning etc.

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