Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/11/2019 -- The present-day industry has remained almost same since the preceding decade of the 20th century. It is expected that there will be a notable changes in terms of products, fees, regulation, distribution, people skills and technology. Meanwhile, the asset and wealth management industry is a digital technology laggard. As such, technology development is expected to fuel quantum changes across the value chain—customization of investment advice; new client acquisition; research and portfolio management. These actionable insights are according to the intelligence report, titled, "HNW Asset Allocation Trends 2019," which has been of late added to Market Research Hub's (MRH) ever-expanding repository. Asset and wealth managers have been filling the financial chasm that have been perceived since the economic turmoil. As such, they have been the first movers, offering capital in fields short of funding owing to capital limitations and banks' regulatory. In order to produce alpha, involvement of wealth managers in niche areas such as peer-to-peer lending, trade finance and infrastructure is expected to dramatically augment.
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Technology is slated to disrupt almost all areas of the industry, including portfolio management; and investment advice. As some firms are reaping dividend from technology in specific areas of their business, data scientists and technology experts will become vital cog in the wheel for success across the value chain. Supremely advanced portfolio management systems are being provided to wealth managers as it has led to the surge in the U.S. self-managed accounts and is set have an overarching impact in wealth management and retail asset. HNW investors are vying to diversify their portfolios with the razor sharp focus as they dissect different methods that will help the investors in portfolio diversification. Meanwhile, equity holdings have been on the surge, thereby leaving HNW investors in the lurch. In addition, Brexit, geopolitics, China's transition to a consumer-driven economy and normalization of interest rates and potential changes in the U.S. policies on tax, regulation and trade have created uncertainly among HNW investors. Accordingly, focus on diversification is expected to be viable.
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HNW Asset Allocation: Report Content
Qualitative and quantitative analysis underpin the report on the HNW asset allocation market. Further, the report extensively focuses on facets in the market that are expected to have impact on the development of the HNW asset allocation market in both small- and large-scale. Those facets include, drivers, opportunities, restraints and trends. Nevertheless, the report also focuses on segmentation of the market that aims at providing an exhaustive analysis on HNW asset allocation.
The dynamic and in-depth analysis of the competitive scenario of the HNW asset allocation market counts on Porters' Five Force Analysis. Additionally, the Porters' Five Force Analysis offers exhaustive analysis on the potential strategies of the pertinent players in the HNW asset allocation market. Meanwhile, the business strategies depends upon product portfolio, company profile, recent development, SWOT analysis, and key differentiation.
HNW Asset Allocation: Research Methodology
The report on HNW asset allocation banks on primary research and secondary research that offers deep dive and intelligence insights on the market. Nevertheless, the report counts on authentic, unbiased and veracious sources that have significant bearing in preparation of the report. Meanwhile, the report also hinges upon primary sources that is fostered by honest and intelligent analysis from well-grounded experts, telephonic interview and thorough analysis from seasoned analyst, and surveys. In addition, the secondary sources incorporates EC filing, Factiva, press release, trade journals, governmental websites and resourceful database.