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Millionaire Migration 2024

Millionaire Migration: How many Millionaires are Relocating in 2024

Millionaire Migration: How many Millionaires are Relocating in 2024

Discover where the world's high-net-worth individuals are moving in and out in 2024.

June 21, 2024

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Zug, Switzerland

In an increasingly interconnected world, the movement of wealth across borders has become a fascinating economic indicator. Our recent research sheds light on the forecasted shifts of high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) across various countries in 2024. Let's delve into the key insights this data presents and what it might mean for global wealth distribution.

Top Gainers: Attractive Destinations for the Wealthy

Several countries are poised to see a significant influx of millionaires in 2024:

- Australia: Expected to welcome 2,500 HNWIs

- Singapore: Set to attract 3,500 wealthy individuals

- United Arab Emirates (UAE): Forecasted to gain 6,700 millionaires

- United States: Projected to receive 3,800 HNWIs

- Canada: Anticipated to attract 3,200 wealthy newcomers

These nations seem to offer attractive combinations of economic stability, quality of life, and potentially favorable tax policies that appeal to the world's wealthy.

Notable Losers: Countries Experiencing Millionaire Exodus

On the flip side, several countries are expected to see a significant outflow of millionaires:

- China: Projected to lose a staggering 15,200 HNWIs

- United Kingdom: Forecasted to see 9,500 wealthy individuals depart

- Russia: Expected to lose 1,000 millionaires

- Brazil: Anticipated to see 800 HNWIs leave

The reasons for these departures could range from political instability and economic uncertainties to seeking better investment opportunities elsewhere.

Interesting Trends and Observations

1. European Dynamic: While the UK is losing millionaires, other European countries like Switzerland (+1,500), Greece (+1,200), and Portugal (+800) are gaining. This suggests a potential redistribution of wealth within Europe.

2. Asian Contrasts: The stark difference between China's significant loss and Singapore's substantial gain highlights the diverse economic landscapes within Asia.

3. Middle East Appeal: The UAE's impressive gain of 6,700 HNWIs underscores its growing attraction as a global business and luxury hub.

4. North American Stability: Both the US and Canada are set to gain millionaires, reinforcing their status as stable economies attractive to wealthy individuals.

Implications and Reflections

The migration of millionaires can have profound effects on both the countries they leave and those they choose as new homes. For gaining countries, this influx can boost local economies, increase property values, and potentially lead to more investment. However, it may also exacerbate wealth inequality and affect housing affordability for local populations.

For countries losing millionaires, the exodus could signal broader economic or political issues that need addressing. It may also result in a loss of tax revenue and potential investment capital.

As we observe these trends, it's crucial to remember that wealth migration is just one facet of global economic dynamics. Factors such as innovation, education, and inclusive economic policies play equally important roles in a nation's long-term prosperity.

As we move further into 2024, it will be fascinating to see how these projections play out and what new patterns of wealth migration might emerge in our ever-changing global landscape.

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  • Naval Ravikant

    Naval Ravikant · Angel investor

    The single most important decision you make is where you live.

  • Ray Dalio

    Ray Dalio · Investor

    Location, the physical place where you live and work, can be a risk. Flexiblity is key.

  • Balaji Srinivasan

    Balaji Srinivasan · Investor in CitizenX

    Money is king. But passport is queen.

  • Tim Draper

    Tim Draper · Investor in CitizenX

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  • Naval Ravikant

    Naval Ravikant · Angel investor

    The single most important decision you make is where you live.

  • Ray Dalio

    Ray Dalio · Investor

    Location, the physical place where you live and work, can be a risk. Flexiblity is key.

  • Balaji Srinivasan

    Balaji Srinivasan · Investor in CitizenX

    Money is king. But passport is queen.

  • Tim Draper

    Tim Draper · Investor in CitizenX

    I am a member of this new country.

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