Expatriate wealth management

Award-winning private banking, tailored for expatriates.

How we help

Whether you are already living abroad, or are due to move, our award-winning banking support for expats will help you grow, protect and structure your wealth. No matter what level of support you need, we have a full range of services – our boutique size just means we can help you quickly and are flexible in our approach.

Benefits include:

  • Current and savings accounts in 15 major currencies, including the Hong Kong Dollar, Japanese Yen, and United Arab Emirates Dirham
  • An easy way to manage your foreign exchange needs with our treasury service
  • Portfolio lending to help with cashflow and short-term financing
  • Residential and buy-to-let mortgages for UK properties, including interest-only loans
  • A named private banker to help you and your family manage your finances
  • 24/7 access to your wealth through our online banking service and mobile app
  • A secure chat messaging app (Qwil) to access our experts in real-time
  • Qualified client support on weekdays from 8am to 8pm (UK time), except for UK public holidays
  • No need to move bank accounts when you move since accounts are based in Jersey (Channel Islands) or the Isle of Man.

Different countries have different policies, practices and laws – and an understanding of the local rules and regulations is crucial. Once you begin to think through income tax, investing, pensions, property, savings, and wills, it becomes even more so.

We can help you clarify your residency status and articulate what that means for your finances – now and in the future – no matter what the destination might be.

Access our articles and insights

Money management

The art of property investing

29 Jul

   |   30 mins

What should investors consider when buying property, and how should they balance property versus other investment options? Watch our webinar to hear our views.

Expatriate living

A plan for expat living

23 Jul

   |   3 mins

Elliott Prescott explains how planning your finances as an expat ensures that you can maintain a great lifestyle and plan properly for the future.

Expatriate living

5 considerations when buying UK property

23 Jul

   |   4 mins

International investors buying UK property should realise there are a number of considerations to bear in mind, with five critical topics as Andrew Bates explains.

Money management

Different property tax holidays for England, Scotland and Wales

16 Jul

   |   3 mins

Rishi Sunak’s stamp duty ‘holiday’ to boost the English and Northern Irish housing markets is similar to that in Scotland and Wales. But there are differences.

Get in touch

If you are interested in becoming a client, please complete the form via the ‘become a client’ button below. Alternatively, if you are already a client, or if you have a question about how we help clients in particular circumstances, please use the ‘contact us’ button.


We will get back to you as soon as we can during office hours, which are Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm (UK time), except for UK public holidays.

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