Expat Money has been set up to help professional expats who don't have PhDs in finance make smarter investment decisions and provide them with the information they need to be more informed on issues relating to finance, investments and estates.
My team and I worked in the offshore investment industry long enough to witness the endless parade of so-called 'financial advisers' shoving expensive and outdated products down the throats of vulnerable expats, just to earn a buck.
Fed up of this dumb, sales-driven environment and on a mission to disrupt, I founded Renascence Capital, an Asia-based consulting firm, and Renascence USA, a fee-only investment advisory firm, with my close friend and colleague for several years, Jordan, to provide no-BS advice to an ever demanding and savvier expat population.
About Expat Money:
Expat Money is a small project in the journey, to educate, offer opinions, reviews and analysis on a myriad of topics relevant to professional expats. This site is about expats, finance, investments, markets, estates and culture.
I'll call it how I see it, use opinion, facts, stats and any other device that I feel necessary to get my points across. I'll point you to other interesting content around the web, challenge your perceptions and use expletives every now and then.
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