As the world becomes smaller, there are multiple opportunities to invest overseas. Advantages include tax-efficiencies, economic stability, and higher returns which can all be an attractive proposition to UK nationals living abroad.
Being dynamic, proactive and informed are essential when managing your investment portfolio if you are to reap the rewards of a strategic offshore investment plan.
Equally, it’s important to stay on top of evolving legislation to ensure your investments work hard regardless of changing regulations.
- Where can you invest overseas that offers the best tax-efficiencies?
- Which regulations do you need to be aware of in regard to investment income declarations, taxes, and cross-border transfers?
- What new products are available that provide higher returns than your existing investments?
- How are your wealth management products managed, and are there ways to reduce those costs?
- Does your citizenship and country of residence impact your assets – and how?
One of the most frequent questions the Chase Buchanan teams answer is around the cost of expert financial advice, and whether the savings and efficiencies available offset that cost.
With that in mind, we have created our FREE Offshore Investment Guide which addresses not only that, but the most common enquiries we receive, it provides information that enables the safe management of your offshore investment portfolio.
There are multiple complexities to offshore investments as a British citizen.
Understanding those complications is vital to ensure you make the right decisions about where to invest, what risk exposure strategy to adopt, and when it is time to move.
Overseas investment jurisdictions offer a vast range of advantages and restrictions. The Chase Buchanan Guide provides a summary of those key decision-making factors.
That means that the ideal offshore fund for you might be different than for another portfolio. Your investment strategy all depends on you and what you wish to achieve:
- How long do you wish for your overseas investment to remain in situ?
- What long-term goals do you have for your wealth assets?
- When do you plan to retire, and in which country?
- Where are you resident now, and is that likely to change in the future?
- How hard do you need your investment products to work – and what level of risk are you prepared to accept, for what level of return?
There is no right or wrong answer to any of these questions. Hence, the Chase Buchanan complimentary Offshore Investment Guide will take you through the key things to consider when deciding on the right strategy for your wealth.
Whether you are an experienced investor seeking clarity about the positioning of your overseas products or looking for stable investment options to provide for the future of your family, we are on hand to help.
Our consultants deliver a comprehensive offshore investment service from cost analysis to ensure you’re paying the correct fund management fees to risk-analysis and long-term planning.
About Chase Buchanan
One of the key elements to selecting your offshore investment adviser is having the right experience in the correct jurisdictions to deliver tailored guidance.
Chase Buchanan is a market-leading expert in global wealth management, with all the expertise required to do just that. We work with worldwide clients from our offices in Cyprus, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, the USA and Canada, alongside our UK Administration Centre.
We appreciate the importance of offshore investments to your future wealth and how leveraging the optimal strategies can make a tangible difference to your security, returns, and protection.
Download our Offshore Investment Guide today for more information, or contact your local Chase Buchanan team to schedule a private consultation to start work on strategising the best way to manage your offshore investment portfolio.
Access your complimentary Chase Buchanan Offshore Investment Guide here to learn more about the pros and cons of competing opportunities and the significant decision-making factors.
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