According to the Knight Frank Wealth Report, Switzerland ranked fifth in the top 10 countries which saw the biggest increase in their ultra-high net worth population in 2020. The only other two countries from Europe in the top ten were Sweden and Germany. Much of this is was due to the value of assets increasing in the wake of the pandemic.
The 15th edition of the Knight Frank Wealth Report was recently published, with some fascinating insights on the movement and development of global wealth. One interesting finding, is Switzerland ranking fifth in the top 10 countries which saw the biggest increase in their ultra-high net worth population in 2020. The only other two countries from Europe in the top ten were Sweden and Germany. Much of this is due to the global response of wealth as a result of the pandemic.
With lower interest rates and more fiscal stimulus, asset prices in many markets have surged, driving the worlds UHNWI population 2.4% higher over the past 12 months to more than 520,000. This was seen predominantly in North America and Europe, with Asia however pushing 12% growth. The expansion of wealth though was not all encompassing, with a fall in the number of UHNWIs in Latin America, Russia and the Middle East due to changes in currency rates and unstable local economies.
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Through the of peak Covid-19, the Hard Rock Hotel Davos saw fuly occupancy rates throughout the summer, providing prospective investors with the confidence in knowing that the Hard Rock brand and overall legendary services are still drawing in tourists and visitors. Davos as a destination is hard to beat and becoming ever more popular. This makes for strong rental yields, where comparatively across Europe, Swiss rental returns have remained steady and at a good level. The Swiss economy has proved to remain safe and firm, even in the midst of crisis – which creates a secure environment for sustainable yields, compared to other markets which are at times more volatile.
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