Australian Expat Adviser Shortlisted For Awards List

Australian Expat Adviser Shortlisted For Awards List – Managing Director for the Europe, Middle East and Africa  (EMEA) region Brett Evans has been shortlisted for the coveted FS Power50 guide of the 50 Most Influential Financial Advisers in Australia.

As the preeminent Australian expat adviser our firm is at the forefront of delivering world class tax financial advice and wealth management services to the Australian expat community around the world.

“Its is always humbling to be nominated for these type of lists and in these difficult times it is great to be recognised for the specialised work that we provide to Australian expats who are experiencing a vast amount of volatility and change that is affecting their careers, their home life and in turn their finances” said Brett Evans.

The 50 individuals who collect the highest votes and pass Financial Standard’s editorial vetting screen are included in the final list, which will be published in the 26 October 2020 issue of Financial Standard.

Financial Standard only accepts votes from business email addresses. Free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo and Gmail will not be accepted.

“Atlas Wealth Management is very proud of the services that we provide to Australians who live and work overseas and for Brett to be recognised for this work and shortlisted for these awards is not only deserving for him but also the Atlas team who enable us to deliver these services to expats every day” said James Ridley, Managing Director for the APAC region.

“If you think that Atlas has been able to assist you in any way when it comes to managing your finances as an expat, whether as a client or just an attendee at one of our many free educational webinars that we provide to expats, then we would sincerely appreciate your vote”.



“The FS Power 50 is about uncovering the stories of successful financial advisers who are inspiring positive change within their spheres of influence, whether within the industry or the broader community,” Financial Standard executive director, media Michelle Baltazar said.

“We are delighted to see this year’s shortlist of financial advisers step up to ensure great outcomes for their clients and demonstrate the power of advice.”

Brett has been listed in the FSPower50 guide as one of the 50 most influential advisers in Australia for the past three years in a year row

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