The research was collated from around 10,000 calls to employers that are representative of the UK company population, followed by in-depth inverviews with 300 businesses ranging from 30 to 38,000 employees.
Notably, if one excludes small financial hubs like Monaco, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Switzerland then Australia ranks first in the world on this measure.
The report, titled the 2018CBI Index, awarded Dominica perfect marks in five of the seven areas measured.
Hedgeable, an avant-garde robo-advisor called it quits last week, closing with $47,000 per account on average, despite marketing itself as high net worth-ready.
On average, young adults expect to retire at 60 years of age, seven years earlier than full Social Security benefit eligibility for their age bracket.
After a challenging 2016, advisory firms seem to have experienced a healthy comeback in 2017 across the majority of growth indicators, with nearly three quarters of firms reporting significant growth.