How much of the world’s wealth is really held by a handful of individuals?

A lot of the money in the world is held in a handful, but they are not a majority of it.

The World Bank estimates that about half of all global wealth is held by just a few, with the rest held by only a small fraction of the global population.

The rest of the wealth, according to the bank, is held primarily by the top 1 percent of the population.

The World Bank has been studying how people in developing countries manage their wealth, and its report this week is based on the first ever global survey of wealth held by individuals.

Its researchers analyzed data from the world over, including information about the wealth held in private companies, financial institutions, pension funds and non-financial corporations.

This survey is different from the one that has been conducted in the past, the World Bank says, because it used a database of 1.5 million individuals from around the world.

The data is made up of information about assets and liabilities in a group of assets, as well as financial assets.

The survey also includes a separate set of assets that were excluded from the first version of the report.

The second version was conducted in 2018 and included data on financial assets and assets held in trust.

In 2018, the survey asked about how much wealth people held in each of the assets in question, such as a car, house, bank account, pension fund, and a business.

In 2020, it asked about the assets held by each individual in the survey, such the assets they owned and held in cash and investments.

The new survey also asks about the number of assets and the percentage of the total wealth held each individual holds in each asset group.

It asks whether a person has any assets or liabilities held in financial institutions and pension funds, and it asks if the person has a wealth-management system.

For the second survey, the bank asked participants whether they had any assets in the first survey, or whether they didn’t.

Participants who didn’t have assets in any of the first surveys were also asked about their assets and their wealth levels, as they would in a survey conducted to gauge their wealth.

A wealth-monitoring system is the cornerstone of any financial management system, and the World Card is one of the most effective, according Toon, the lead author of the new study.

It’s also a model that is already being used in other countries around the globe.

Some countries have introduced financial systems that use a wealth management system.

The UK has its own version called the British Sovereign Wealth Management System, and there is a similar system in the United States called the American Sovereign Wealth Program.

If you look at the wealth of individuals, the world wealth-wealth gap is actually quite small, according Ton, because they’re the richest of the rich.

But because the majority of people have wealth that is held through financial institutions or pension funds or other forms of wealth management, the wealth-gap is very large.

I would say that the wealth that most people hold in their hands is mostly held by the richest one percent, so it’s not a huge problem, according Ashenfelter.

He added that, in the short term, the more wealth people have, the better off they will be.

He said the wealth gap can also be smaller in the long run, because wealth held through these kinds of wealth-structure systems has been around for a long time.

There are a lot of people who have assets, assets that they can invest in.

So the problem of the asset gap in the longer term is going to be that a lot more people are going to have a lot less money.