With an average per capita wealth of nearly US$674,000, Switzerland ranked as the richest country globally, according to the 2021 Global Wealth Report by Credit Suisse. The United States is the second-richest nation, with an average per capita wealth of US$505,420 per adult or US$168,500 less than leading Switzerland.

Hong Kong took third place on the list with US$503,340 in per capita wealth, US$20,500 more than Australia. The Netherlands rounds The Top 5 Richest Countries Globally with Average Per Capita Wealth List, with an average per capita wealth of US$377,090 per adult.

TOP 20 Richest Countries Globally with Average Per Capita Wealth

Rank Country Average Per Capita Wealth
1 Switzerland US$673,960
2 United States US$505,420
3 Hong Kong US$503,340
4 Australia US$483,760
5 Netherlands US$377,090
6 Denmark US$376,070
7 Belgium US$351,330
8 New Zealand US$348,200
9 Sweden US$336,170
10 Singapore US$332,990
11 Canada US$332,320
12 France US$299,360
13 United Kingdom US$290,750
14 Austria US$290,350
15 Norway US$275,880
16 Germany US$268,680
17 Ireland US$266,150
18 Japan US$256,600
19 Italy US$239,240
20 Taiwan US$238,860

The full list can be downloaded here.


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