The gross financial assets of private households across the world grew 9.9 percent in 2013, their highest growth rate in a decade, according to the 2014 Allianz Global Wealth Report. Global financial assets now stand at a record €118 trillion. Swiss households hold the greatest slice of this wealth, with net financial assets per capita of €146,540 when real estate assets
are excluded. The United States
and Belgium are in second and third place with net per capita financial assets of €119,570 and €78,300 respectively.