International Investment Magazine featured a double page spread on Expatriate Group, with comments with Director Lee Gerry. To read the article in full, click here.Read more
Saudia Arabia is undergoing change as part of Saudi Vision 2030. Lee Gerry was invited to discuss the topic as part of Health Insurance Daily's iPMI viewpoint section. See the article below or click here to view the article in full.Read more
Back in May 2016, we reported that expats in Saudia Arabia would benefit from the nation’s economic shake-up. We revealed that the country planned to introduce a US-style green card system within the next five years.It is part of the Saudi Vision 2030 government initiative. Essentially, the country wants to move away from its reliance on cheap oil production, which is currently accounting for 75% of the nation’s GDP. It was believed that by offering expats the card and improving their ...Read more
Panama is one of the most popular destinations for retirees in the world. Its affordable yet high-quality healthcare system and unparalleled weather make it a very easy place to live, particularly for the older generation.Panama’s Pensionado program has long been championed for its retiree benefits. Expat retirees are able to obtain residence easily and have access to a wide range of discounts, such as 50% off travel, healthcare, hotels and restaurants.However, according to local media reports, Panama’s immigration authority is bringing ...Read more
Luxembourg takes the top spot for health in the 2016 Global Prosperity Index. Created annually by London-based think tank The Legatum Institute, the survey ranks the most prosperous countries in the world. However, prosperity is not a term used to describe just the financial standing of a country, but covers other categories such as governance, personal freedom and education.Luxembourg
If you were going to fall ill abroad Luxembourg would be the best place to do it. Not that we wish this upon ...Read more
Nestled on the west coast of Africa, sandwiched in Senegal, is The Gambia. The smallest African country, The Gambia is a popular destination for those seeking winter sun and vast stretches of idyllic coastline.Known as ‘the smiling coast of Africa’ due the warm-hearted Gambian people, there is more to the country than the luxury resorts that adorn the coastline. There are great treasures hidden in The Gambia, you just have to glance beyond the swaying palms to find them.Tanji Village
A traditional ...Read more
Expats moving to Japan can find the level of culture shock they experience extreme. However, for many, this is what makes a life in the sovereign island nation so intoxicating. It is the fourth most visited country in Asia and roughly 2 million of those living in Japan are expatriates.The Legatum Institute, a London-based think tank, release their global Prosperity Index annually. The survey ranks the most prosperous countries in the world. Many assume prosperity is used in reference to the ...Read more
Paris, Venice, London. Europe is home to some of the most enchanting and cultured cities on the planet. Although these concrete jungles are rich with experiences, from shopping to cuisine, there are also an unfathomable array of landscapes enticing visitors from every corner of the globe.
Peneda-Geres National Park, Portugal
Known simply as Geres, Portugal’s only national park is over 300 million years old. The Iberian Peninsula was crushed against Europe, fusing together and creating part of Portugal’s mountainous northern border with Spain.Geres ...Read more
Despite ruling out any chance of an early election, Theresa May surprised the British public with a U-turn decision back in late April. She announced that a snap general election would be taking place on 8th June in light of divisions at Westminster that risked hampering the Brexit negotiations.Below, British expats can find out all the information they need to know in regards to voting overseas at the UK general election on Thursday 8th June.
Who Can Register as an Overseas Voter?
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Chances are, you could be living out of your backpack for several months. That rucksack may seem humungous at first but it is amazing how quickly it fills up. Going overboard and packing every bar the kitchen sink is an easy mistake to make. Aside from the usual clothing and shoes, there are certain items (many of which are multifunction) that you should never leave behind.
Unlike the oh so fashionable bum bag, money belts are a discreet and safer way ...Read more