Services for Investment Funds



Services for Investment Funds
    1. Recruitment of high-income participants for market research studies from our Research Panel of affluent individuals and HNWIs in Russia.

    2. GDPR-friendly Ad Hoc Market Research of affluent individuals and HNWIs in Russia.

    3. Development of business concepts for startups related to Scientific and Technical spheres, including Internet.

    4. Direct messages to affluent individuals and HNWIs from our Research Panel in our monthly personal e-mails.

Description of the HNWIs and affluent individuals in our Research Panel
    The HNWIs = Proven owners of liquid assets 1-10M USD.

    The affluent individuals = Proven owners of liquid assets 0,3-0,99M USD.

Research Panel of HNWIs and affluent individuals
    BMAC has been updating the Panel Database of HNWIs and affluent individuals monthly since 2013.

    In 2013, Deutsche Börse Group (MNI Indicators division) and BMAC initiated the MNI Russia Consumer Sentiment Survey. Data were collected every month, and BMAC collected data from the high-income segment of the population in Russia for Deutsche Börse Group over a 4-year period. This project was succesfully completed in 2016. The new data are collecting and are available now for third parties.

    Today BMAC is pleased to offer you use of our Panel Database for development of your Investment Fund and attraction of new investors.

Number of participants
    HNWIs: 283

    Affluent individuals: 971

Regions covered (HNWIs)
  • Moscow (n=236, ~80% of the sample)

  • St. Petersburg (n=23, ~10% of the sample)

  • Other regions in Russia (n=24, ~10% of the sample), including the following:

  • Yekaterinburg

  • Rostov-na-Donu

  • Sochi

  • Novosibirsk

  • Nizhny Novgorod

  • Kazan

  • Volgograd

  • Krasnodar

  • Samara

  • Ufa

  • Krasnoyarsk

  • Perm

Regions covered (affluent individuals)
  • Moscow (n=596, ~60% of the sample)

  • St. Petersburg (n=193, ~20% of the sample)

  • Other regions in Russia (n=182, ~20% of the sample), including the following:

  • Yekaterinburg (n=12)

  • Rostov-na-Donu (n=12)

  • Sochi (n=15)

  • Novosibirsk (n=14)

  • Nizhny Novgorod (n=14)

  • Kazan (n=14)

  • Volgograd (n=12)

  • Krasnodar (n=12)

  • Samara (n=13)

  • Omsk (n=11)

  • Chelyabinsk (n=10)

  • Ufa (n=11)

  • Krasnoyarsk (n=12)

  • Perm (n=12)

  • Voronezh (n=8)

    Please contact bma@bma.ru, and you will receive a prompt reply. Thanks!


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