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CITIES AROUND THE WORLD WHERE THE MOST RICH PEOPLE LIVE.

12/08/2017

According to a report from Wealth-X, a firm that does research and valuations on ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals, the New York metro area counted the highest number of residents with $30 million or more in assets in 2016.

The number of wealthy residents rose 9% from 2015 to 8,350, just under 1% of the city's total population.

New York City remains the wealth capital of the world.

New York's wealthy population grew 9% last year.

 

Two other global financial hubs, Hong Kong and Tokyo, rounded out the top three, proving financial centers are a magnet for the ultra wealthy. New York and Hong Kong also have the highest number of billionaire residents.

 

Below, check out the top 32 cities in the world where the most rich people live.

32 (TIE). Shanghai, China

UHNW population (2016): 960

 

31 (TIE). Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, Arizona

UHNW population (2016): 960

 

30 (TIE). Moscow, Russia

UHNW population (2016): 960

 

29 (TIE). San Diego-Carlsbad, California

UHNW population (2016): 1,070

 

28 (TIE). Munich, Germany

UHNW population (2016): 1,070

 

27. Seoul, South Korea

UHNW population (2016): 1,080

 

26. Taipei, Taiwan

UHNW population (2016): 1,110

 

25. Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, Michigan

UHNW population (2016): 1,150

 

24. Stockholm, Sweden

UHNW population (2016): 1,160

 

23. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minnesota, Wisconsin

UHNW population (2016): 1,230

 

22. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California

UHNW population (2016): 1,390

 

21. Nagoya (Chukyo MAA), Japan

UHNW population (2016): 1,410

 

20. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida

UHNW population (2016): 1,230

 

19. Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, Georgia

UHNW population (2016): 1,590

 

18. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington

UHNW population (2016): 1,660

 

17. Toronto, Canada

UHNW population (2016): 1,760

 

16. Zurich, Switzerland

UHNW population (2016): 1,930

 

15. Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland

UHNW population (2016): 2,020

 

14. Boston-Cambridge-Newton, Massachusetts, New Hampshire

UHNW population (2016): 2,090

 

13. Singapore

UHNW population (2016): 2,170

 

12. Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas

UHNW population (2016): 2,290

 

11. San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, California

UHNW population (2016): 2,310

 

10. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas

UHNW population (2016): 2,330

 

9. Osaka-Kyoto (Keihanshin MMA), Japan

UHNW population (2016): 2,390

 

8. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia

UHNW population (2016): 2,570

 

7. Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin

UHNW population (2016): 3,110

 

6. Paris (metro), France

UHNW population (2016): 3,440

 

5. London (metro), England

UHNW population (2016): 3,630

 

4. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, California

UHNW population (2016): 4,600

 

3. Tokyo, Japan

UHNW population (2016): 6,040

 

2. Hong Kong

UHNW population (2016): 7,650

 

1. New York-Newark-Jersey City, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

UHNW population (2016): 8,350 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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