On the back of being Highly Commended at the Forum for Expatriate Management’s Asia Pacific Expatriate Management & Mobility Awards (EMMA’s) last month, we have been nominated as a finalist in the Expat Banking & Financial Services category for the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region this week.

“To have been nominated for the second time this year, this time in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, against some of the largest expat financial and global mobility providers is a testament to the handwork and dedication that the Atlas Wealth Management team puts into providing world class Australian expats tax and financial advice” said Brett Evans, Managing Director for the EMEA region.

This award goes to the expat banking & financial services provider that has demonstrated best in class banking or innovative financial services over the last year.

“As the leading provider of Australian expat tax and financial services we’re always trying to raise the bar and it is great to see these efforts being rewarded by receiving a finalist nomination” said James Ridley, Managing Director APAC.

The award will be presented at the Forum for Expatriate Management’s (FEM) EMEA Global Summit that will be held in London next month.

FEM hosts three Summits across EMEA, APAC and the Americas every year spanning the globe. The prior year of Global Mobility success is honoured through their annual Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs), recognising the best practice from both corporate programs and supplier services.

Atlas Wealth Management has been delivering financial planning and advice to the Australian expat community for over 8 years and is proud to work with Australians in over 28 countries and territories spread across the globe.

Whether you need to understand the tax implications of moving overseas from Australia, how to financially make the most of your time whilst living overseas, or understand what you need to do to return to Australia, Atlas Wealth Management is the global adviser to Australian expats.

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