It is reported that most of dollar millionaires is still living in the U.S. - 5.2 million, followed by Japan (1.53 million) and China (1.11 million).
Related article: ASNU launches Facebook for realtorsIn 2010, total world welfare, which considers the BCG as the sum of assets of individuals under management, rose for the second year in a row - to $ 9 trillion (8%), to a record $ 121.8 trillion.
Millionaires of the world has about 39% of these resources.
The highest concentration of millionaires in Singapore is observed - 15.5% of the total population, while the world average - 0.9%. The number of Singaporeans who have one or more million dollars, has jumped 33% in 2010.
In Europe, the highest percentage of millionaires in Switzerland - 9.9% of the population.
According to analysts BCG, world welfare would increase by an average of 5.9% per year until the end of 2015, when its volume is about $ 162 trillion. Fastest-growing population will increase the wealth of emerging economies such as India's growth will be 18% per year in China - 14%. As a result, the share of Asia-Pacific region in the structure of global assets under management will rise from 18% in 2010 to 23% in 2015.
As we have previously reported that the number of dollar millionaires in China has exceeded 960 000 people and is close to a million.