high net worth individual

high net worth individual
high net worth individual ˌhigh ˌnet worth indiˈvidual abbreviation HNWI noun [countable] JOURNALISM
a very rich person:

• High net worth individuals increasingly turn to their private banks for corporate finance advice.

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high net worth individual UK US noun [C] (ABBREVIATION HNWI) FINANCE
used by financial organizations to talk about a client or possible client who is very rich: »

The bank is the latest financial institution seeking to cater to wealthy individuals in Chicago, the nation's third-biggest market for high net worth individuals.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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