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|| GCC's wealthy individuals most actively involved in their portfolio - Report

b11.jpgGCC High net worth individuals (HNWIs) are taking a more hands-on approach in managing their investments. 76% of those surveyed in Saudi Arabia, 70% in Qatar and 90% of respondents in the UAE spend an increasing amount of time actively managing their portfolio.

This is according to Barclays Wealth, a global wealth manager, which published a report revealing trends, financial priorities, concerns, and economic expectations of High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) around the world.

You can download the full report from here. To see a list of family offices and investment firms in the Middle East check our investors directory

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