(Bloomberg) -- The world's ultrahigh-net-worth individuals now face a bevy of headwinds that include succession and inheritance issues, higher taxes, and a potential slowdown in the global economy, according to the latest edition of Knight Frank's 2016 Wealth Report.

"One of the most interesting findings is that a significant proportion of respondents — leading wealth advisors and private bankers from around the world — expect their clients' wealth to increase at a slower rate over the next 10 years than the past decade," the report said.

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