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Comment: ‘High time May started flying flag for Crown Dependencies and British territories’

By: Eddie Power | 15 Nov 2017

The UK Government has sold the Crown Dependencies  and British Overseas Territories down the Swannee and left them to fight for themselves – at precisely the moment…

Opinion: Are cryptocurrencies the currency of the future, or another madcap scheme? Part 2

By: Paul Gambles, Managing Director, MBMG Group, Bangkok | 13 Nov 2017

Responding to growing interest from its clients as well as increased media attention and debate on the subject of cryptocurrencies, the Bangkok-based MBMG Group is launching a new…

The rise of young Asia: how millennials are transforming a region

By: Matthew Dobbs | 07 Nov 2017

When many western investors think of Asia, China’s rapidly-ageing population – the result of its one-child policy, which dates back to 1979 – often comes to mind.…

Investors’ attitude to risk changing amid political uncertainty: II survey

By: Gary Robinson | 03 Nov 2017

Three out of every four investors are considering change their risk profile when considering investments due to uncertainty surrounding the current global geo-political backdrop, according to readers…

How Donald Trump’s proposed tax reforms could affect US expats

By: David McKeegan, Co-founder, Greenback Expat Tax Services   | 17 Oct 2017

Plans to reform the US tax system have been making the rounds of Washington in recent weeks. Among those lobbying on behalf of the expatriate community, the…

Why beer could give investors a hangover

By: Eugene Costello | 13 Oct 2017

Increased competition, high valuations and the return of inflation could spell trouble for food & drink stocks, explains James Sym, pictured below left, fund manager at Schroders…

Five factors that are driving European equities

By: Jamie Carter | 13 Oct 2017

In the last year, European equities have seen something of a renaissance as the macroeconomic uncertainty that had previously blighted the region faded from view and the…

Opinion: Are cryptocurrencies the currency of the future, or another madcap scheme?

By: Paul Gambles, Managing Director, MBMG Group, Bangkok | 03 Oct 2017

The big news in cryptocurrencies on Monday was that Goldman Sachs had been reported by the Wall Street Journal to be considering launching  a “new trading operation…

Opinion: HK court ruling in favour of expat lesbian is ‘a start’

By: Paul Thompson, Founder, LGBT Capital And Chairman, Equality Wealth | 26 Sep 2017

News that a  British lesbian currently living in Hong Kong had won what was described as a “landmark” appeal in her years-long efforts to obtain a spousal…

Opinion: The untapped potential of Sri Lanka

By: Oliver Bell, Portfolio Manager At T. Rowe Price | 22 Sep 2017

While it is easy for investors to overlook Sri Lanka due its close proximity to larger and highly-populous neighbour India, Oliver Bell, portfolio manager of the T.…

Novia Global’s Vasilieff: ‘MiFID II – its impact and implications for our industry’

By: Bill Vasilieff, Chief Executive, Novia Global | 12 Sep 2017

At times, MiFID II seemed destined to be one of those quintessential EU projects that would languish for years in the EU Parliament, as Brussels’ lawmakers agonised…

Bahrain tops latest survey of expats’ favourite destinations; UK, US among biggest losers

By: Helen Burggraf | 08 Sep 2017

The small Arab monarchy Bahrain has emerged as the preferred destination in the latest edition of Expat Insider’s annual survey of expatriates, which polled some 12,500 people…

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