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How did the richest Indians fare in 2011?

Last updated on: June 22, 2012 11:59 IST

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The overall financial wealth of high net worth individuals declined across all regions in 2011, with the exception of the Middle East, according to the World Wealth Report 2012, released by Capgemini and its new partner, RBC Wealth Management.

The 16th annual World Wealth Report finds that the number of HNWIs in Asia-Pacific expanded 1.6 per cent to 3.37 million in 2011, making Asia-Pacific the largest HNWI region for the first time, surpassing North America's HNWI population of 3.35 million.

The number of HNWIs in Asia-Pacific rose, but how did the rich Indians perform?

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India

Number of HNWIs (2010): 153,000

Number of HNWIs (2011): 125,500

Growth: -18 per cent

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China

Number of HNWIs (2010): 534,500

Number of HNWIs (2011): 562,400

Growth: +5.2 per cent

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The United States

Number of HNWIs (2010): 3,104,200

Number of HNWIs (2011): 3,067,700

Growth: -1.2 per cent

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The United Kingdom

Number of HNWIs (2010): 454,300

Number of HNWIs (2011): 441,300

Growth: -2.9 per cent

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Australia

Number of HNWIs (2010): 192,900

Number of HNWIs (2011): 179,500

Growth: -6.9 per cent

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Canada

Number of HNWIs (2010): 282,300

Number of HNWIs (2011): 279,900

Growth: -0.9 per cent

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Russia

Number of HNWIs (2010): 133,700

Number of HNWIs (2011): 136,400

Growth: +2 per cent

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Germany

Number of HNWIs (2010): 923,900

Number of HNWIs (2011): 951,200

Growth: +3 per cent

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Brazil

Number of HNWIs (2010): 155,400

Number of HNWIs (2011): 165,000

Growth: +6.2 per cent


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