Middle East Private Wealth Report
Middle East Private Wealth Report
(UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain)
UHNWs, Entrepreneurs, Family Offices & Private Wealth Professionals
We are delighted to announce a major new in-depth research study that will examine private clients and family offices in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain; their experiences and the relationship with their private wealth professionals. In addition, we will interview Middle East and international based private wealth professionals about serving Middle Eastern private clients.
A total of 100 individuals are participating in the independent research study, comprising of 30 private clients (UHNWs, HVRs and wealthy entrepreneurs) and 70 private wealth professionals across the six GCC countries (trustees, investment managers, family office professionals, private bankers, insurance brokers, estate agents, lawyers, tax advisers, relocation consultants). All participants are taking part in qualitative interviews and quantitative questionnaires, sharing their expert views, insights and experiences in the context of Middle East private wealth.
We are exploring aspects of private client’s selection criteria for private wealth professionals and service providers.
We are investigating client communication, relationships, value, service quality, satisfaction, trust, loyalty and retention.
Furthermore, are exploring private client services such as private banking, investment management, trust & corporate services, family office services, legal services and tax services.
In addition to key private wealth themes such as family offices, succession planning & next generation, substance, sustainable investing, philanthropy, privacy and security.
We are also investigating private client insights with regards to banking, investments, collectibles, real estate, private equity, co-investing, lending, focussing on technology, social impact investing, private jets and private client insurance.
Finally, we are asking private clients and private wealth professionals about their views on the future of the private wealth sector.
30 private clients and family offices
70 private wealth professionals
Qualitative in-depth face-to-face interviews
Global private clients, family offices, private wealth
management professionals and key international jurisdictions
UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain
The private wealth market: background, origins, numbers, source of wealth, generations, gender, sectors, growth, type - entrepreneurs/ retirees/individuals/family offices. The decision to reside in the region and which other jurisdictions were/are considered (push/pull factors), benefits and experience of staying in the region. Acquiring and retaining high value private clients for Middle East businesses. What drives/motivates/ inspires/concerns high value private clients – now AND in the future … and their lifestyle choices.
1.1. A Brief History of the region
1.2. The Private Wealth Industry in the region
1.3. Private Wealth in Numbers of the region
1.4. The Regulator in the region
1.5. Relocating to other Jurisdictions
SECTION TWO: THE PRIVATE WEALTH MARKET
2.1. Private Clients and Family Offices
2.2. Private Wealth Professionals
SECTION THREE: PRIVATE CLIENT SERVICES
3.1. Private Banking
3.2. Investment Management
3.3. Trust & Corporate Services
3.4. Family Office Services
3.5. Legal Services
3.6. Tax Services
3.7. Private Client Insurance
3.8. Property/Real Estate
3.9. Private Jet and Yacht Services
SECTION FOUR: PRIVATE WEALTH THEMES
4.1. Family Offices
4.2. Succession Planning
4.4.Sustainable Investment/Green Finance 4.5. Philanthropy
4.7. Technology and Cyber Security
4.8. Personal Protection and Security
SECTION FIVE: PRIVATE WEALTH TRENDS
5.1. The Private Wealth Sector – The Future
Who should sponsor the study? – Private Wealth Management Professionals
Private/investment banks, wealth managers, asset and investment managers, trust & fiduciary firms, fund managers/administrators, general/life insurance & pension advisers, independent financial advisers, private client lawyers, private client accountants/tax advisers, FX & global payment firms, property & real estate firms, transport providers (private aviation, yachting), luxury goods/service providers.
Benefits to a Sponsor
What does the sponsor contribute?
Sponsorship fee: £5,000
Interview: Approximately 1.5 to 2 hours
What does the sponsor get in return?
The opportunity to be associated with a high quality research study into private clients and family offices
In addition to the published report, the sponsor receives a separate more comprehensive in-depth 'Insight Report' presented in a one-to-one meeting with the author; a unique offer only for the sponsors!
A unique opportunity to add their own specific question to the research study
Branding within final report - 1/2 page advert in the published report which is distributed to high value residents/private clients - gaining massive brand exposure
Branding on website - their logo and information on a dedicated 'report website' - accessed by a wider audience
Branding on all communication for the event as a 'contributing sponsor'
1,000 hard copies distributed to private clients/family offices and PDF available to 20,000+ private wealth management professionals
... plus invite at launch event - an opportunity for sponsor to attend the launch event and meet private clients
The Published Research Report
The key findings of the research report will be presented at the report launch event in the corresponding countries, with an invited audience of high value private clients and private wealth professional contributors/sponsors.
Access an audience of Middle East and international private clients and family offices.
For further information and details about sponsorship opportunities please contact:
Dr Stuart Gibson E: email@example.com
M: +44 (0)7700 720200
Office: T: +44 (0)1534 878400