Wealth Planning

Wealth planning for expats

With living expenses and education costs often covered by employers, many expats find themselves with more disposable income. To make the most of this, you need to plan how to grow and protect your wealth while you're overseas.

Grow your wealth calculator

One of the benefits of being an expat is the extra income. If you want to grow your wealth, our calculator will tell you how long it should take to reach a savings target.

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Expat guide to growing your wealth

With the right advice and careful planning, you can manage your finances more effectively while you're abroad - and choose the best ways to save and invest for the future.

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Step by step guide to financial planning

When you live or work abroad, financial planning is essential. To help you make a start, our step by step guide shows you how to create a basic plan.

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Investments for expats

From ready-made investment portfolios to sharedealing in different currencies, we can help you make the most of the extra income you're earning as an expat.

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Savings for expats

We've a range of offshore savings accounts in up to 14 currencies, including fixed term deposits with higher interest rates and online accounts that give you easy access to your money.

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Talk to a wealth planning expert

We can advise you on how best to grow and protect your wealth to make the most of your savings.

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Please remember that the value of investments, and any income received from them can fall as well as rise, is not guaranteed and you may not get back the amount you invested. This could also happen as a result of changes in currency exchange rates, particularly where overseas securities are held or where investments are converted from one currency to another. We always recommend that any Investments held should be viewed as a medium to long-term investment, at least five years.

Buy to let mortgages from HSBC Bank plc are for properties located on the UK mainland only and exclude properties located on the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

For UK pensions, pensions may not be accessible until you take your retirement benefits.