The cumulative state of all dollar millionaires of the world in 2020 increased by 7.6%, reaching $ 79.6 trillion. This is reported by the International Consulting Company Capgemini SA in the annual report of World Wealth Report, published on Wednesday, June 30.
The number of wealthy people (High-Net-Worth Individual, HNWI) rose by 6.3% – up to 20.8 million people. The growth of their wealth contributed to a significant rise in stock markets last year.
After the Asia-Pacific region (ATP) has long been leading for both figures for five years, in 2020 North America reached the first place. The HNWI number has increased by 10.7% and reached 7 million people.
In the country, the United States (6.575 million, an increase of 11.3%) took place among the countries in the country (6.575 million, 11.3%) (3,537 million, + 6.2%), Germany (1.535 million, +6.9 %) and China (1.461 million, +11%).
World Wealth Report uses data from 71 states, which account for more than 98% of world gross national income and 99% of the capitalization of global stock markets.