Financial priorities of expats have shifted post-covid19 - study

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The impact of covid-19 has led to a shift in core financial values for expats, with 62% saying their future plans have been impacted as a result of the pandemic, according to new research published today. The study, conducted by Ipsos MRBI, on behalf of Allianz Care, the international health brand of Allianz Partners, found that of the 52% that had changed their priorities with more than half (53%) claiming that health and well-being is now a greater priority for them than it was before.   48% say that family is a bigger priority now than it was before covid-19, with 73% saying that t...

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