Part of a two-part series, Wealth in Poland: Sizing the Market Opportunity analyzes Poland's wealth and retail savings and investments markets, with a particular focus on the HNW segment. Analysis is based upon Verdict Financial's 2012 Global Wealth Managers Survey, Verdict Financial's Global Wealth Markets Analytics, and Verdict Financial's Global Retail Investments Analytics.
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Quantify HNW asset allocations into non-liquid assets such as property. Find out how much of their investible assets are held offshore.
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How large is the HNW market in Poland?
What is the penetration of affluent individuals in Poland?
What is the current and future mix of asset class balances in Poland?
How much of their wealth do Polish HNW individuals invest offshore?
Which booking centers are used by HNW individuals to invest offshore?
The Polish wealth market has similar distribution patterns to many developing nations. A small percentage of the population is considered affluent and of that, an insignificant proportion is HNW; however, this small affluent population holds the vast majority of the liquid assets in the market.
The Polish retail savings and investments market is set to continue on its growth path, driven by strong economic performance, high wage increases, and growing deposit rates. The vast majority of the onshore residents' savings and investments are allocated in deposits, a situation exacerbated further following the 2008 financial crisis.
HNW investments have a small allocation outside bonds, deposits, equities, and mutual funds. A large proportion of these can be found in hedge funds, followed by direct property investments. The limited allocations outside traditional liquid assets are again symptomatic of a market with an underdeveloped financial sector.