The number of super-rich people in Hong Kong fell by 10.6 per cent in 2018. Photo: EPA-EFE

Hong Kong’s richest suffered 9 per cent decline in total asset value last year, most among global peers, amid continued US-China trade war uncertainties

  • A drop in the number of Hong Kong’s super-rich has let New York reclaim top spot as the world’s top city for wealthy individuals
  • US and China are no 1 and 2, and both saw their wealthy populations continue to rise, despite the trade war
Topic |   Wealth management

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The number of super-rich people in Hong Kong fell by 10.6 per cent in 2018. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Ryan Swift

Ryan Swift

Ryan Swift is a senior business reporter focused on wealth management, green business, the shipping industry and the gaming industry. He was chief editor of The Peak and Asia-Pacific Boating magazines.