Celebrating 10 Years Of Providing Financial Advice to Australian Expats – Atlas Wealth Management today celebrates our 10 year anniversary of providing financial advice to Australian expats.

Established in September 2011, Atlas Wealth Management is the realisation of a goal to provide a dedicated financial services firm to Australian expats that take into account their specific needs wherever they are located in the world.

“Over the last 10 years we have had the pleasure of working with some amazing Australian expats and been privileged to provide them with the financial advice that they need in order to maximise their time away” said Managing Director for the EMEA region Brett Evans.

Today Atlas Wealth Management works with Australian expats in 38 countries from our offices in Australia and Dubai and manages over $100 million in clients funds.

“It has been a very exciting journey over the last 10 years however its the next 10 years that we are most excited about with a number of exciting initiatives that we will be rolling out for Australian expats to assist them in obtaining first class financial advice” James Ridley, Managing Director for APAC said.

As the only Australian financial services firm dedicated to providing financial advice to Australian expats Atlas Wealth Management is regularly recognised at award ceremonies both in Australia and internationally for the world class financial advice that they provide.

About Atlas Wealth Management

Atlas Wealth Management is the leading provider of Australian expat tax and financial planning and has won multiple awards for the services that we provide to Australian expats overseas.

No matter where you are based in the world, we have the experience in providing tax financial advice and financial planning services to the Aussie expat community.

With clients in over 38 countries it doesn’t matter whether you are based in New York, Hong Kong, Dubai or London we have the skill and expertise in ensuring that the advice that you receive is tailored to you.


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