• India's gross domestic savings (GDS) as a percentage of gross
domestic product (GDP) has remained above 30 percent since 2004.
National savings in India are expected to reach US$1,272 billion by 2019.
• Corporate investors account for around 43.44 percent of total AUM in
India, while high net worth individuals (HNWIs) and retail investors
account for 30.09 percent and 24.79 percent, respectively. In Asia
Pacific, India is among the top five countries in terms of HNWIs.
• Investment from outside T15 (top 15) cities is growing significantly. In
December 2017, B15 (outside top 15) cities registered a 50.44 percent
growth in total assets over the same period last year. Also, the share of
individual assets in the B15 locations increased to 27.71 percent in
December 2017 from 24.85 percent in December 2016.
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The writing on the wall is clear: India is one of the most lucrative
markets for asset managers. To capitalize on the favorable statistics,
AMCs need to understand the changes sweeping the Indian
ecosystem and place their bets accordingly.