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One of my most interesting tasks each year is to update our Luxury Investment Index (KFLII) and take a look at the performance of things like classic cars, fine wine and art.
Over a third of the respondents quizzed as part of The Wealth Report’s Attitudes Survey expect their UHNWI clients to spend more on luxury goods in 2014.
According to the results of Knight Frank’s Attitudes Survey, 28% of an UHNWI’s net worth is accounted for by their main house and any second homes, of which, on average, they own 2.4.
Continued growth in the value of classic cars helped to push the Knight Frank Luxury Index up by a further 7% in the 12 months to the end of Q2 2013.
Wealthy investors worldwide are looking for assets that satisfy both head and heart.
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Everybody talks about the spending power of the Chinese.
This year’s Wealth Report featured an interview with Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty who, along with husband Raj Kundra, is one of a string of Indian HNWIs who have invested in the country’s burgeoning Twenty20 cricket league.