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Hopes for change to US citizenship-based regime still alive, campaigners say

By: Helen Burggraf | 17 Nov 2017

Spokespeople for organisations that have been urging US lawmakers, on behalf of expatriate Americans, to legislate for a change to a “residence-based” tax regime said today that…

‘Scrap badly conceived FATCA’, deVere CEO demands of US Treasury

By: Eugene Costello | 17 Nov 2017

Outspoken deVere chief executive Nigel Green has co-authored a five-page letter to the US Treasury Secretary to demand the Trump administration scrap the Foreign Account Tax Compliance…

Multi-family offices see growth spurt as rich get richer

By: Eugene Costello | 15 Nov 2017

US multi-family offices are steadily winning market share from traditional banks and wealth-management firms by focusing on what they are best at and quietly outsourcing esoteric financial…

Invesco’s Shanghai operation secures private fund mgmt license

By: Helen Burggraf | 13 Nov 2017

Invesco, the Atlanta, US-based, NYSE-listed investment asset manager, has become the latest non-mainland Chinese firm to register its wholly-foreign-owned enterprise (WFOE) in Shanghai as a private fund…

Charles Schwab opens Singapore outpost ‘to help Asians invest in US market’

By: Helen Burggraf | 08 Nov 2017

Charles Schwab, the NYSE-listed American wealth manager and brokerage, earlier today officially unveiled a new office in downtown Singapore, as it said it readied itself to prepare…

Residence-based tax regime ‘would be revenue-neutral’ for US: research

By: Helen Burggraf | 07 Nov 2017

If the US were to replace its citizenship-based taxation regime with one that is based on an individual’s jurisdiction of residency – like almost the entire rest…

Trump bids to help NYSE trump LSE over Saudi Aramco listing

By: Gary Robinson | 07 Nov 2017

London’s plans to bring Saudi Arabia’s Aramco state-run oil company to the London Stock Exchange have been hit following by the intervention of US President Donald Trump,…

‘Paradise Papers’ reaction: ‘that was then, this is now’

By: Helen Burggraf | 06 Nov 2017

Financial service industry officials involved in the industry’s offshore and cross-border sector reacted on Monday with resigned acceptance to the latest leak of stolen data from an…

US expats’ fingers still crossed as first draft of tax reform bill doesn’t address overseas individuals

By: Helen Burggraf | 03 Nov 2017

“The good news is that the game is [still] on,” the American Citizens Abroad said yesterday, after the House of Representatives unveiled the first draft of the…

The Big Interview: Nigel Green, deVere Group

By: Gary Robinson | 02 Nov 2017

Click the image above to read the full story about Nigel Green and international advisory group deVere and its ongoing development including battles with the US government…

Cautious optimism among US expat reps over possible tax law changes

By: Helen Burggraf | 26 Oct 2017

Representatives for American expatriates in Washington have been expressing cautious optimism about the chances that the way such expats are taxed may be about to change, after…

A reader asks: ‘How do I advise my divorcing dual UK-US citizen client to split his pension?’

By: R. Stanton Farmer, CFP, Of Thun Financial Advisors | 25 Oct 2017

This is one of those questions that UK-trained and UK client-focused advisers who only look after American expat clients occasionally say they come up against from time…

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