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10 Richest Cities In The World

In 2017, Hong Kong overtook New York as the world’s richst city. That’s according to a new research from which found that Asia is creating more ultra -high-net -worth -individuals — defined as those worth $30 million or more — at a faster pace than any other region in the world.

Hong Kong now has 10,010 residents worth $30 million or more, a 31 percent increase from the previous year. New York, meanwhile, recorded a 7 percent increase and hosts 8,865 UHNW individuals. Tokyo ranks third with 6,785.

While Asia is catching up in terms of wealth creation, the U.S. remains the world’s leading region for the super rich:  America stands at 79,595, which is more than the combined total of the next five largest UHNW countries. And as the chart below shows, five of the top 10 UHNW cities are in America: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and Washington D.C.

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Here are the top 10 richest cities in the world, as measured by the number of residents worth $30 million or more:

10. Osaka

2017 UHNW population: 2,730
Year-on-year change in population: +11.7 percent

9. Washington DC

2017 UHNW population: 2,735
Year-on-year change in population: +7.7 percent

8. San Francisco

2017 UHNW population: 2,820
Year-on-year change in population: +10.6 percent

7. Chicago

2017 UHNW population: 3,255
Year-on-year change in population: +7.1 percent

6. London

2017 UHNW population: 3,830
Year-on-year change in population: +10.1 percent

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5. Paris

2017 UHNW population: 3,950
Year-on-year change in population: +17.3 percent

4. Los Angeles

2017 UHNW population: 5,250
Year-on-year change in population: +8.6 percent

3. Tokyo

2017 UHNW population: 6,785
Year-on-year change in population: +11.9 percent

2. New York

2017 UHNW population: 8,865
Year-on-year change in population: +7 percent

1. Hong Kong

2017 UHNW population: 10,010
Year-on-year change in population: +31 percent

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