Wealth Management Specialist St. James’s Place Joins Expatland’s Singapore E-Team

Wealth management specialist St. James’s Place has joined Expatland’s Global Network.

The firm will provide wealth management advice to the Singapore E-Team’s clients.

St. James’s Place is a leading wealth management firm specialising in delivering face-to-face wealth management advice for individuals, companies and trustees.

Founded in 1991, St. James’s Place was listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1997 and is now a FTSE 100 company with over £100.6 billion of client funds under management.

The Expatland Global Network is made up of Expatland Teams (‘E -Teams). Operating at a city level, they have essential local knowledge and insight. They cut through complexity and drill down to the issues that are relevant to specific locations.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says; “Whether an expatriate is relocating to Singapore or repatriating, St James’s Place delivers comprehensive and specialist planning with expert wealth management advice.

We are delighted to have St James’s Place onboard the Expatland Global Network.”

Boon Tan, Singapore’s E-Team leader, comments; “St James’s Place put their clients at the centre of everything they do and their values align perfectly with Expatland’s passion to make life easier for people on the move.”

St James’s Place, comments, “Being part of the Expatland Global Network allows us to contribute to supporting expats who are navigating challenges on their own. We are excited to be part of the Singapore E-Team and we are committed to helping expatriates manage their wealth in a way that reflects their personal circumstances.”

‘Expatland’ origins

Expatland began as a book, written in 2015 by John Marcarian, as a result of John’s personal expat journey. Its focus was to help expats plan their move overseas.

E-Teams around the globe

The Expatland book was just the start. To solve the problem of lack of support for would-be expats, John has launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018.

The Network is expanding rapidly. There are now E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, LA, Auckland, London and Singapore. With best-in-practice members recognising the importance of this service, many more will follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in their city can get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/

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The Expatland Global Network is a resource that supports people all over the globe who are embarking on an expat journey, joining a vast, dynamic community.

John Marcarian and Expatland Featured in Forbes

 

According to Forbes; Singapore Is An Expanding Tech Hub For Expats Who Could Make It Anywhere.

This is the title of an article written by respected journalist and former expat Monty Munford. The piece was published in Forbes, which has a global 6.7 million readership and attracts 71.1 million monthly unique website visitors.

It details the rapid rise of Singapore as a global technology hub, quoting respected tech commentator Rod Lappin SVP at Lenovo.

The article goes on to highlight the importance of expats to Singapore’s growing technology scene and wider growth.

Expatland’s founder, John Marcarian, an Australian expat living and working in Singapore is quoted on the issues expats face when moving to a new country.

Munford explains the Expatland Global network’s proposition and the importance of local teams of vetted expat service professionals provided by Expatland’s city-based E-Teams.

Read the piece in full here: https://bit.ly/2FbwKUN

Award-winning accountancy firm Kingston Smith joins Expatland’s London E-Team

 

Top 20 accountancy firm Kingston Smith LLP has joined Expatland’s London E-Team.

The firm will provide tax and accountancy services to the London E-Team’s clients.

Kingston Smith is a founding member of Morison KSi. This international association provides consultancy in cross-border accounting, auditing and tax from over 85 partner offices. With deep insight into the issues facing expats, Kingston Smith is a name that inspires confidence.

The Expatland Global Network is assembling E-Teams in major expat destinations. Each team brings together vetted professionals who offer essential services to expats. Through one point of contact, they can access expert advice and local insight on all aspects of moving to, and living in, a specific location.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says, “Kingston Smith has shown unfaltering confidence in the E-Team concept. As a renowned accountancy firm with global outreach, it will be a great asset to our fast-growing London E-Team.”

Mike Scoltock, partner at Kingston Smith, comments, “This is an excellent opportunity for us and represents a natural fit for our highly experienced team of advisers. Expatland is building a reputation as a trusted community of expat service providers.

We are looking forward to supporting E-Team’s clients through our dedicated range of tax, accountancy and advisory services. We are also eager to begin working with partners, to provide holistic expat support.”

Richard Feakins, Expatland London E-Team leader, says, “Bringing Kingston Smith onboard is a reflection of the quality of the Expatland offering. We are delighted to welcome Mike and his team and look forward to working together to assist expats moving to London.”

‘Expatland’ origins

Expatland began as a best-selling book by John Marcarian, written in 2015.

Advice within the book is based of John’s experience of travelling extensively between international offices of his business CST Tax Advisors, enjoying multiple expat experiences, and working with vast numbers of expat clients.

With a deep understanding of both the challenges and rewards of expat life, John wrote the book as an ‘expat survival guide’, packed with advice, statistics and a step-by-step plan for smooth expat integration.

E-Teams around the globe

Expanding on ideas in his book, John launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018. His aim was to support people all over the world who are looking to join the vast, dynamic expat community. E-Teams in major expat destinations will deliver vital expat services, alongside destination-specific insight.

E-Team members are non-competitive and share leads, fostering business growth. Each member contributes to city-specific editions of the Expatland book. These are free-to-download and packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.

The Expatland Global Network is expanding rapidly. There are now E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, LA, Singapore, Auckland and London. With best-in-practice members recognising the importance of this service, many more will follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in their city can get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/

XE Joins Expatland’s Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland E-Teams as Foreign Exchange Partner

 

XE, part of Euronet Worldwide, Inc., the world’s most trusted currency authority has joined Expatland’s Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland E-Teams to provide foreign exchange services. The Expatland Global Network is assembling ‘E-Teams’ in major expat destinations, bringing together vetted professionals who offer essential services to expats. Through one point of contact, would-be expats can access expert advice and local insight on all aspects of moving to, and setting up life in, that specific location.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says, “XE is one of the most recognised currency brands in the world and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our E-Teams.  We’re delighted that Expatland can offer such a prestigious foreign exchange partner for expats heading to Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland.”

Stuart Talman, Director of Sales Australia, XE, comments: “XE is the go-to authority for all Foreign Exchange related enquires. By working with Expatland we can open another point of contact to the expat market, which is an important sector for us. We look forward to working with our fellow E-Team members and directly with expats coming to Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland.”

Geraldine Collett, General Manager, Immigration Industry Association comments: “We’re delighted to see two of our Immigration Industry Association members working together to assist expats heading to the most popular destination cities in Australia and New Zealand. Anyone looking to move to Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland will get the best service available working with Expatland and XE.”

‘Expatland’ origins

Expatland began as a best-selling book by John Marcarian, written in 2015. Advice within the book is based of John’s experience of travelling extensively between international offices of his business CST Tax Advisors, enjoying multiple expat experiences, and working with vast numbers of expat clients. With a deep understanding of both the challenges and rewards of expat life, John wrote the book as an ‘expat survival guide’, packed with advice, statistics and a step-by-step plan for smooth expat integration.

E-Teams around the globe

Expanding on ideas in his book, John launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018, with the aim of supporting people all over the world who are embarking on an expat journey, joining a vast, dynamic community.

In addition to offering one-to-one advice, members of each E-Team also lend their specialist knowledge to writing chapters of a city-specific editions of the Expatland book, which are free-to-download and packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.

Expatland is quickly spreading across the world with E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, LA, London, Singapore and Auckland, with more cities to follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in a city near them should get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/

Nuss Relocations Joins Expatland’s Sydney and Melbourne E-Teams

 

 

Nuss Relocations has joined Expatland’s Sydney and Melbourne E-Teams. The firm will provide removal and relocation services to expats moving to Sydney and Melbourne.

The Expatland Global Network is assembling E-Teams in major expat destinations. Each team brings together vetted professionals who offer essential services to expats. Through one point of contact, they can access expert advice and local insight on all aspects of moving to, and living in, a specific location.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says, “When an expat moves to a new country the service they automatically think of first is removals and shipping. Therefore, it’s vital we have one of the best on our Australian E-Teams. Nuss Relocations has the experience and knowledge to give our expats that all important peace of mind that their family possessions will get to Australia safe and sound.”

Nigel Mayo Saunders, General Manager, Nuss Relocations, comments, “At Nuss we have many years of experience in removal and relocation and a vast network of partners around the world. However, the innovative approach by Expatland caught our attention as a fresh solution for people looking to find professional support when moving internationally. “

Matthew Marcarian, Expatland Sydney E-Team leader, says, “We welcome Nigel and the Nuss Relocations team to the Expatland E-Team. Nuss has always been a go-to brand for removals in Australia and I’m confident our expats will experience high levels of service.”

‘Expatland’ origins

Expatland began as a best-selling book by John Marcarian, written in 2015. Advice within the book is based on John’s experience of travelling extensively between international offices of his business CST Tax Advisors, enjoying multiple expat experiences, and working with vast numbers of expat clients. With a deep understanding of both the challenges and rewards of expat life, John wrote the book as an ‘expat survival guide’, packed with advice, statistics and a step-by-step plan for smooth expat integration.

E-Teams around the globe

Expanding on ideas in his book, John launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018. His aim was to support people all over the world who are looking to join the vast, dynamic expat community. E-Teams in major expat destinations will deliver vital expat services, alongside destination-specific insight.

E-Team members are non-competitive and share leads, fostering business growth. Each member contributes to city-specific editions of the Expatland book. These are free-to-download and packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.

The Expatland Global Network is expanding rapidly. There are now E-Teams in LA, Singapore, Auckland, London as well as Sydney and Melbourne. With best-in-practice members recognising the importance of this service, many more will follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in their city can get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/

Starwood Animal Transport Ltd joins Expatland’s London E-Team

Starwood Animal Transport Ltd, which has been helping pet owners move their pets since 1984, has joined Expatland’s London E-Team to provide animal relocation services.

The Expatland Global Network is assembling ‘E-Teams’ in major expat destinations, bringing together vetted professionals who offer essential services to expats. Through one point of contact, would-be expats can access expert advice and local insight on all aspects of moving to, and setting up life in, that specific location.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says, “Wherever you are, whatever culture you come from, pets are part of the family. Naturally, when you move country, they come with you. Starwood Animal Transport are experts in pet relocation, with a brilliant track record. They help clients navigate the complex location-specific customs issues and regulations for relocating animals, as well as providing total confidence that their much-loved pets are in safe hands. We’re delighted that Starwood will be bringing their considerable expertise to the London E-Team.”

Nick Foden-Ellis, Director, Starwood Animal Transport Ltd, comments: “The E-Team concept is long overdue and fits very well with our approach. At Starwood, we have already established links with pet experts in specific locations, but Expatland offers a ready-made network, encompassing specialists across a range of sectors. I think the potential is huge.”

‘Expatland’ origins

Expatland began as a best-selling book by John Marcarian, written in 2015. Advice within the book is based of John’s experience of travelling extensively between international offices of his business CST Tax Advisors, enjoying multiple expat experiences, and working with vast numbers of expat clients. With a deep understanding of both the challenges and rewards of expat life, John wrote the book as an ‘expat survival guide’, packed with advice, statistics and a step-by-step plan for smooth expat integration.

E-Teams around the globe

Expanding on ideas in his book, John launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018, with the aim of supporting people all over the world who are embarking on an expat journey, joining a vast, dynamic community.

In addition to offering one-to-one advice, members of each E-Team also lend their specialist knowledge to writing chapters of a city-specific editions of the Expatland book, which are free-to-download and packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.

Expatland is quickly spreading across the world with E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, LA, Singapore, Auckland in addition to London, with more cities to follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in a city near them should get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/

 

 

The Business Advisory Group joins Expatland’s Auckland E-Team

The Business Advisory Group, one of the most respected accounting firms in Auckland, has joined Expatland’s Auckland E-Team to provide accounting and taxation services. The Expatland Global Network is assembling ‘E-Teams’ in major expat destinations, bringing together vetted professionals who offer essential services to expats.

Through one point of contact, would-be expats can access expert advice and local insight on all aspects of moving to, and setting up life in, that specific location.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says, “Auckland is one of our newest E-Team locations and our network in New Zealand is growing quickly.

The Business Advisory Group is not only an essential part of the group, Sudhir Lala, the organsation’s Director has taken the role of Auckland E-Team leader, driving monthly meetings and building leads for the team as a whole. With a leader like Sudhir, I know the Auckland E-Team will be a huge success.”

Sudhir Lala, Director, The Business Advisory Group, comments: “Expatland is the ideal network for businesses such as ours that work closely with the Expat community. John Marcarian’s vision is complemented by a worldwide network of expat service providers that not only deliver a unique service to those moving country, but also a powerful lead generation team for businesses that serve the expat population. The decision to join Expatland was an easy one.”

‘Expatland’ Origins

Expatland began as a best-selling book by John Marcarian, written in 2015. Advice within the book is based of John’s experience of travelling extensively between international offices of his business CST Tax Advisors, enjoying multiple expat experiences, and working with vast numbers of expat clients. With a deep understanding of both the challenges and rewards of expat life, John wrote the book as an ‘expat survival guide’, packed with advice, statistics and a step-by-step plan for smooth expat integration.

E-Teams Around the Globe

Expanding on ideas in his book, John launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018, with the aim of supporting people all over the world who are embarking on an expat journey, joining a vast, dynamic community.

In addition to offering one-to-one advice, members of each E-Team also lend their specialist knowledge to writing chapters of a city-specific editions of the Expatland book, which are free-to-download and packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.

Expatland is quickly spreading across the world with E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, LA, London and Singapore in addition to Auckland, with more cities to follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in a city near them should get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/

Sable International joins Expatland’s London E-Team

Sable International, a finance and immigration expert based in the UK, Australia and South Africa, has joined Expatland’s London E-Team. The Expatland Global Network is assembling ‘E-Teams’ in major expat destinations, bringing together vetted professionals who offer essential services to expats.

Through one point of contact, would-be expats can access expert advice and local insight on all aspects of moving to, and set up life in, that specific location.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says,

“We’re very excited to welcome Sable International to the London E-Team. Their foreign exchange capabilities will be hugely valuable to expats moving to London, and they have a track record of success with both businesses and private clients.”  For 25 years, Sable International has been advising clients on many aspects of their expat journey.

Craig Lesser, Business Development Consultant, Sable International, comments: “The concept of E-Teams makes complete sense to us and we are eager to get involved. We couldn’t miss this opportunity to be part of a power team of like-minded organisations, with complementary expat services, who can help each other to expand business leads.”

‘Expatland’ origins

Expatland began as a best-selling book by John Marcarian, written in 2015.  Advice within the book is based of John’s experience of travelling extensively between international offices of his business CST Tax Advisors, enjoying multiple expat experiences, and working with vast numbers of expat clients.

With a deep understanding of both the challenges and rewards of expat life, John wrote the book as an ‘expat survival guide’, packed with advice, statistics and a step-by-step plan for smooth expat integration.

E-Teams around the globe

Expanding on ideas in his book, John launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018, with the aim of supporting people all over the world who are embarking on an expat journey, joining a vast, dynamic community.

In addition to offering one-to-one advice, members of each E-Team also lend their specialist knowledge to writing chapters of a city-specific editions of the Expatland book, which are free-to-download and packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.

Expatland is quickly spreading across the world with E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, LA, Auckland and Singapore in addition to London, with more cities to follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in a city near them should get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/

John Marcarian Talks Expatland with Money FM 89.3

If the details of moving to another country are made easier, then the whole expat experience is more rewarding! Listen to Expatland’s founder, John Marcarian and CST Tax Advisors MD Boon Tan on Singapore’s MONEY FM 89.3 discussing their own expat journeys and Expatland’s mission to support the global citizens of the 5th largest country in the world: Expatland, population 245 million!

Listen to the podcast here: https://bit.ly/2LF5hhg

Coming Soon to Auckland!

Coming Soon to Auckland!

THE EXPATLAND ‘E-TEAM’ THAT HELPS EXPAT PLANS COME TOGETHER

July 31, 2018: Founder of Expatland Global Network, John Marcarian, wrote the book ‘Expatland’ in 2015 to provide essential guidance for anyone planning to live and work overseas. Now, he is working with professionals across the globe to build Expatland E-Teams in expat hotspots, including Auckland. E-Teams bring together complementary professionals with a shared mission to ‘make life easier for expats on the move’.

John, who is currently recruiting for the Auckland E-Team, says, “I’m looking for professionals to join our global community of trusted advisors with a collective ambition to support people in their move to New Zealand. E-Team members from a range of non-competitive sectors will benefit from working together, raising their profile and growing their business as a verified expat service provider.”

In existing E-Teams in London, Melbourne, Sydney and Singapore, members come from diverse sectors. They include specialists in visas and immigration, shipping and relocation, finance, pensions, mortgages, education, healthcare, real estate and law. Each E-Team only has one partner from each sector, a deliberate move to align the group’s teamwork and bring focus on solving expat challenges.

Expatland’s E-Team network brings together multi-disciplined professionals who are focused on helping expats move to, and settle into, their new home city. E-Team members understand that moving to ‘Expatland’ is thrilling, but also challenging. In order to maximise the chances of a successful transition, they provide location-specific advice, which is hard to find independently.

John says, “We believe that the world’s 244 million expats are the 3% changing the world, through their transfer of knowledge and positive impact on their new communities. Expatland’s E-Teams are committed to enhancing their chances of prospering in their new chosen country, which benefits the world at large.”

Business people wishing to attend Expatland’s seminar can register at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/expatland-e-teams-information-session-auckland-tickets-47938094130, or email info@expatland.com for more information.

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