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The wealth report 2015

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Opalesque Industry Update - Andrew Hay Global Head of Residential

It is clear that 2015 will be a remarkable year in terms of political and economic fluctuations, making it harder than ever to predict investor sentiment and the resulting wealth flows.

We are fortunate in being able to draw not only on a network of over 350 offices, but also the views of thousands of active clients and investors, together with the expertise of our agency and consultancy teams, including those advising on alternative property sectors, such as healthcare, agriculture and student housing.

I am delighted that in this edition of The Wealth Report we share the first-hand investment perspectives and experiences of Massimo Ferragamo and Goodwin Gaw. In addition, the report also features the latest research from leading wealth analysts and commentators. Through our partnership with WealthInsight, for example, we can offer an analysis of wealth distribution trends covering almost 100 countries and over 100 cities. Contributions from NetJets, Fragomen and Ledbury Research allow us to focus on the critical issues of global travel and connectivity, wealth migration and luxury spending trends.

Our Attitudes Survey adds depth to our analysis by delving deep into the views of the wealthy regard- ing investment risks and opportunities. Our coverage of the world’s premier luxury residential markets has been expanded to include 100 cities and second- home destinations. And our focus on investment opportunities covers the world.

The scope and the ambition of the report is reflected by Knight Frank’s growth. In the last year we have formed a strategic residential relationship with Douglas Elliman covering New York and the key luxury home hotspots in the US. We have also established new offices in Chamonix, Provence, San Remo, Venice, Sardinia, Marbella and Taipei, as well as opening five new offices in the UK.

The reach and influence of The Wealth Report continues to grow. We hope you find our latest find- ings and forecasts both informative and inspiring. If we can provide you with further research or advice we are of course happy to help and look forward to hearing from you.

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