Move your money into a low-risk international savings account that protects your capital while still growing steadily. With multiple currencies to choose from, you can easily set yourself on a path to building your international savings.
Some of the benefits
A renewed buoyancy to the UK’s residential property market has taken many by surprise given the backdrop of both Brexit and COVID-19. But a frenzy of buying and selling activity across the UK in 2020 and the first quarter of 2021 saw house prices grow more than 10% annually.
When we look back on the global coronavirus pandemic in some distant future, it’s sure to be considered a watershed event on multiple fronts. One of the notable changes is likely to be in human behaviour that has become more socially distant, but also better prepared.
Taking action to protect yourself against future harm is a natural, human instinct. With economies still reeling from the COVID pandemic, it’s only natural then that more people are looking to spread their financial risk.
With a multitude of considerations when setting up a family trust, learn how to tick the right boxes.
If you’re serious about wealth creation, international investment or travel, consider the benefits of opening an international bank account.
Goolam Ballim, Chief Economist and Head of Research for the Standard Bank Group, Jinny Yan, ICBC Chief China Economist and Robert Guest from The Economist look back on a tumultuous 2020, offering unique insights on what next year could hold for the world post the US election and as we enter the final run up to BREXIT and the potential roll out of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Open an international bank account today to support your global lifestyle and wealth management.
Get exposure to global stocks as well as a mix of bonds and cash to build up your international investment portfolio.
Take a longer term, low-risk approach to your investments with options that offer far greater certainty.
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