Some 3.8 percent of Israeli households are millionaires, according to Boston Consulting Group annual global wealth report • Topping the list is Qatar, with 14.3% millionaire households • One percent of world’s households control 39% of global wealth.
Israel has more millionaire households per population than Japan, Canada and the Netherlands, says a new study [illustrative picture]
Israel ranks 10th in the world in the number of millionaire households per population, according to the Boston Consulting Group’s annual global wealth report. Some 3.8 percent of Israeli households are millionaires, the report found — more than in Japan, Canada and the Netherlands.
The small Gulf nation of Qatar topped the list of most millionaire households, with 14.3% of households holding the equivalent of more than $1 million in capital.
The report also found that 1% of the world’s households controlled 39% of global wealth in 2012. The world’s capital grew by 7.8% in 2012, adding up to $135 trillion, and the top 1% controlled $52.8 trillion.