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Gibson Institute
Private Wealth Reports

Dr Stuart Gibson and his team continued their research into UHNWs and their wealth service providers, through qualitative face-to-face interviews.

 

Dr Stuart Gibson and his team continue to conduct face-to-face in-depth qualitative interviews with over 500 UHNWs, private clients, entrepreneurs and family offices, together with over 500 private wealth professionals in Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, UK, Africa and the Middle East into the buyer behaviours, thought processes, trusted relationships, client experiences and satisfaction of UHNWs and their wealth service providers.

 

For the purposes of our research we define High-Net-Worth individuals (HNWs) as individuals with more than $5million in investable assets (not including their main residential property) and Ultra-High-Net-Worth individuals (UHNWs) as individuals with more than $50million in investable assets (not including their main residential property).

 

Private wealth professionals include: private/investment banks, wealth managers, asset and investment managers, trust & corporate services firms, fund managers/administrators, general/life insurance & pension advisers, independent financial advisers, private client lawyers, private client accountants, tax advisers, treasury, FX & global payment firms, property & real estate firms, transport providers (private aviation, yachting) and providers of luxury goods/services.

The Gibson Institute Private Wealth Series - Published Reports

 

The Gibson Institute Private Wealth Series 2024

  • Middle East (GCC) Private Wealth Report 2024

  • Channel Islands Private Wealth Report 2024

The Gibson Institute Private Wealth Series 2025

  • Global Family Office Report 2025

  • Singapore Private Wealth Report 2025

  • UK Private Wealth Report 2025

  • African Private Wealth  Family Report 2025

 

For further information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Dr Stuart Gibson at stuart@gibsonstrategy.com

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