Fiduciary Financial Advisors For Expatriates

 

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We Exclusively Work With Select Partner Firms Who Meet The Highest Standard of Excellence and Trust.

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Our partners have been recognized by some of the best media publication sources like Financial Times, Investor.com, Forbes, and Barron’s

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Our partners will also never sell proprietary investment products

Experience

All leads will be connected with a firm who has been in business for 20+ years

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All leads will be given to a certified CFP with designation from FINRA

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All of our partners are credible — No conflicts of interest and no disciplinary history

 

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After listening to your financial situation and future goals, our advisors will put together a personalized road map for your financial success.

The Value Of A Retirement Financial Advisor For Expatriates


$2,010,221.91
Without Advisor

$4,643,687.46
With Advisor

Assuming $350k initial investment at 6% annual growth vs 9% annual growth for 30 years.

A good financial planner can increase your returns by as much as 3% annually.

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How Can a Financial Advisor Help Expatriates?


Personal financial advisors are financial experts that can help you plan, organize, and multiply your wealth. They are adept at finding solutions to difficult financial situations that help in both the short and long-term without drastically impacting your lifestyle. They are a valuable resource no matter your financial position, but can be especially helpful at navigating particularly complex and nuanced situations, such as the financial needs of expatriates.

If you are a native of one country but residing and working in another, it can be challenging to keep your finances organized while abroad. Add to that the fact that finance law isn’t consistent internationally and it can become a difficult task. Fortunately, there are many financial advisors that are not only qualified but expertly well-suited at tackling these challenges.

Questions Expatriates Should Ask Their Financial Advisor


Are you a fiduciary?

Laws regarding fiduciary status may be different between countries. Make sure that the advisor you are working with is indeed a fiduciary, specifically a qualified fiduciary in the country in which you wish to hold your accounts (e.g. if you wish to hold a US investment account, make sure you are using a US fiduciary).

What services do you offer?

Not every advisor is qualified to handle every financial element in any country. Part of making sure you have a qualified advisor is ensuring that they are able to perform whatever service you need, be it investment management, planning, estate planning, taxes, or anything else, both in your country of residence and the country in which your accounts are held.

Can you help me in the short-term as well as long-term?

Depending on the circumstances of your expatriate status, you may be living abroad for a short time, such as a few years, or a very long time, such as a few decades. Many financial advisors do their work over longer periods of time, closer to the former. Ask your advisor how they can help you in the short-term as well.

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Top Financial Advisors Serving Expatriates

As an expatriate, you may be in the unique position of holding financial accounts in a country in which you do not live. You may also wish to establish or continue growing said accounts, which can be challenging if you can’t directly commune with an advisor from said country. Fortunately, there are many financial advisors available with specific skills in managing the finances of expatriates.

The key to finding a good financial advisor as an expat is to find one with experience working in the financial sector both in your country of residence and in the country in which your accounts are held. They will have the best idea of the minute difference in finance law and investing between the two economies, and will offer the greatest ability to work on your portfolio abroad.

Besides expatriates, our advisors are also qualified to help the following:

  • Those living abroad for work, school, or another reason
  • Those prepare to move to or return from another country

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FAQs About Certified Financial Advisors For Expatriates

Financial advisors typically charge fees in the range of 0.25% to 1% of your total assets under management. However, many can also accommodate a flare rate or hourly fee, if you feel that would be better for your needs.
Financial advisors are money management experts. They can provide financial help with everything from guidance on everyday saving from fully managing an investment portfolio, retirement account, and more.
Are you able to work with accounts held in another country? Are you a fiduciary? What is your pay structure? Can I easily alter my financial plan if my circumstances change?
Typically, financial advisors are able to simply withhold their fees from your returns, saving you both the trouble of a transaction. Otherwise, they will have you pay directly through check, wire transfer, or another traditional method.