Wealth management firm St James’s Place has joined the Expatland Global Network, a firm dedicated to solving the lack of support for “would-be” expats.
The firm will provide wealth management advice to the clients of the Singapore Expatland team.
The Expatland Global Network is made up of Expatland teams (E-Teams). Operating at a city level, they give essential local knowledge and insight surrounding issues that are relevant to specific locations. There are now E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, Los Angeles, Auckland, London and Singapore.
St James’s Place said in a statement: “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.”
John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, said: “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.”
Expatland began as a book, written in 2015 by Marcarian, as a result of his personal expat journey. Its focus was to help expats plan their move overseas.
He launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018.