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Welcome to the GWM blog where we blog about the latest developments in Financial Planning, share tips for Expats abroad and provide tools to help you plan for the perfect lifestyle abroad.

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How does the Bank of England base rate cut affect you?
As the Coronavirus continues to infect markets around the globe, the Bank of England took the unprecedented step of cutting the base rate to 0.1%. The…
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Choosing an International Financial Adviser
At GWM we understand that as an international worker you may find yourself in the more remote parts of the world, without regular access to either…
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Investing In A Volatile Market
With the spread of the Coronavirus casting a dark cloud over the world, the knock-on effects of the global pandemic are continuing to impact markets…
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Can you have your cake, and eat it?
Recent developments have seen an increase in the number of Final Salary Pension Schemes offering partial transfers. This essentially allows members to…
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Flexible, portable, international friendly savings solutions
As an international worker it's safe to say you’ve worked hard to earn your money. But is your money working hard for you? If it’s sitting in a…
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How to minimise the tax you pay and get the most out of your time in the MENA region
It's most likely that your career brought you to the middle east, and with over 50% of expats only staying for less than seven years, it's safe to say…

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The world of football is one of the most hotly debated in terms of the money that exchanges hands for salaries and transfer fees. Indeed Paul Pogba…
Where have the last four years gone? It really doesn’t seem that long since we were planning work schedules and social lives to capture as much London…
Members of the Guardian team descended upon the Carlton Ritz Hotel in Cannes recently with other members of the global investment community to discuss…
When your career takes you to another country many Expats find financial planning can be complicated. Sound international advice, independent choices…
‚ÄčOn this day in 1858 the first transatlantic telegraph cable was completed dramatically reducing the communication time between North America and…
So you've made the leap, you have left the comfort of home behind in search of a greater salary and a better lifestyle.
As Americans the world over celebrate the day they gained independence from the United Kingdom we have complied a list of things that only American…
On the 23rd June the British public voted in favour of leaving the European Union meaning the world now faces a period of uncertainty with many…
The British public voted in favour of leaving the European Union meaning the world now faces a period of uncertainty with many questions needing…
If you are struggling to make up your mind which way to vote then you might find our EU Referendum themed playlist helpful.
We recently conducted a poll on whether expats thought the UK should stay or leave the European Union. Over 400 expats had their say and it seems…

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Stock markets rallied some 15% this week in response to a strong $2 trillion US fiscal package, equivalent to some 10% of GDP, which was approved in…
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