Even though Croatia is a relatively small country with slightly more than 4 million inhabitants, it is a surprising fact that it has 120 super millionaires. Croatia is known as a country of contrasts and diversity, but this is normally regarding culture, geography and even cuisine, but it would also seem that it is a country of financial contrasts.
According to data from the London consulting company Knight Frank for 2017, the number of super millionaires with assets over $30 million increased by 33 percent in Croatia over the past decade.
Interestingly, the figures in Croatia are twice as high as they are in Europe (17%), but considerably less than the world average (42%).
The latest estimate from Knight Frank shows that Croatia has around 120 super millionaires in the ‘’heavyweight’’ category with more than $30 million worth assets, out of which 11 of them has net assets worth more than $100 million.
Croatia also has almost 12,000 millionaires in the ‘’lightweight’’ category, with assets worth more than $1 million.
These data do not refer to the total number of the Croatian super rich only to those who are registered in the country, if the number of Croatian diaspora were added the number would be considerably higher.