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A large portion of investment in debt funds come from institutional investors and high networth individuals.
The number of people with $30 million (Dh110 million) or more in net assets, referred to as high networth individuals (HNWIs), rose by 5 per cent last year, or nearly 8,700, according to The Wealth Report by Wealth-X, a wealth intelligence firm.
P- Notes, mostly used by overseas high networth individuals ( HNIs), hedge funds and other foreign institutions, allow them to invest into Indian markets through already registered foreign institutional investors enabling them to save time and costs on direct registrations.
The booming Middle East franchising market, currently valued at US$ 30 billion, is growing at 27% annually, and the region presents unparalleled opportunities for growth because of the presence of a large number of high networth individuals and multi-ethnic populations with high disposable incomes.
We are looking at high networth individuals, major corporate houses for charter service," said Shane O'Hare, president and chief executive officer of Royal Jet.
This is, however, a good opportunity for sophisticated investors such as Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) or large mutual funds and high networth individuals (HNIs) who want to diversify their investment basket.
The Asia-Pacific Wealth Report on Tuesday said the number of high networth individuals (HNWIs) in the region fell 14.
The company said that there is much scope for offering private banking services to family owned businesses, first generation entrepreneurs and ultra high networth individuals in the country.