Threshold for private wealth owned by richest ten percent in Europe 2014, by country

The statistic displays the minimum threshold of wealth owned by the population in selected European countries in order to be selected into the richest ten percent as of 2014. For instance, in Luxembourg, the top richest one percent of the population started at 1.67 million euros in 2014. In comparison, in Slovakia, the cut-off point was at 153.6 thousand euros in the same year.

Cut-off point for private wealth value of the richest ten percent of selected European countries population as of 2014

Number of millionaire households
Luxembourg1,674,300
Switzerland1,177,100
Netherlands964,900
Belgium948,200
Austria875,700
European average850,200
Italy730,300
Germany724,300
Cyprus697,900
France697,700
Finland522,800
Spain435,200
Slovenia314,200
Portugal300,200
Greece293,400
United Kingdom264,000
Slovakia153,600
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Source

Release date

September 2014

Region

Europe

Survey time period

2014

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