I travel to international schools and businesses, delivering presentations about saving and investing.
Sometimes I’m hired for a week. Others times, for a single talk.
Questions frequently answered in my seminars include the following:
- How much money should expats be saving to ensure a solid retirement?
- When looking at investment companies, which should you avoid with a 30 foot pole?
- Which investment companies have low fees and high ethics?
- If you want to invest on your own, how is the process done…
- for Americans?
- for Canadians?
- for Australians?
- for Brits?
- for New Zealanders?
- for South Africans?
- for Europeans?
- for South Americans?
Talks can be tailored to the needs of the organisation.
As the author of The Global Expatriate’s Guide To Investing, let me share what I’ve learned. It will have helpful effects, for many years to come.