Atlas Wealth Management is proud to announce that we have been nominated as a finalist in the Forum For Expatriate Management’s EMMA’s for the Asia Pacific Region.

The Forum For Expatriate Management’s EMMA’s are the premier awards for the global mobility and international HR industry and take place across the globe in the Americas, APAC and EMEA.

We have been nominated as a finalist in the Banking, Tax or Financial Services Innovation of the Year category alongside global providers like HSBC, Immedis and Cambridge Global Payments.

“To have been nominated for these prestigious awards on the global stage is a true testament to the hard work and dedication that that Atlas Wealth team provide when delivering Australian expat financial advice to the Australian diaspora throughout the world” said Brett Evans, Managing Director for EMEA.

The Forum for Expatriate Management’s EMMAs (Expatriate Management & Mobility Awards) celebrate excellence and innovation in all aspects of global mobility and international HR with the winner to be announced on the 5th of September in Singapore.

Atlas Wealth Management is proud to work with a number of the largest Australian and international corporations in offering our Global Mobility Advisory Service.

This is a service that we offer to those companies that employ Australians who are either about to be relocated overseas or are already based offshore.

When your employees are considering accepting an overseas posting it is important that they understand the financial ramifications of accepting an offer to relocate overseas.

With the cost of employing and training staff increasing every year, it is important that companies provide their expatriate employees with services that are above and beyond that of a normal salary package to avoid high staff turnover.

In a recent survey of over 1,000 Australian employees, 49.5% of senior managers (those who manage between 11 and 50 employees) were found to be seriously considering leaving their organisation.

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