With more than 20 years’ experience in managing financial assets, BNP Paribas Personal Investors in Luxembourg offers independent and personalized advice, discretionary management and high-end services intended for an international clientele and expatriates in Andorra.
The Bank for Expats® is the name of their dedicated range of investment management solutions for expatriates.
Criteria: minimum investment of EUR 50,000
With “Expat Investors”, you benefit from the following advantages :
If you are interested and would like to get more information, please fill in the form below. They will contact you within 24 hours.
Wherever in the world, Lloyds TSB International can help you on your journey with financial advantages, security & stability and easy international access to your money in Andorra.
Are you living and working in Andorra? Planning to move to Andorra? HSBC Expat provides international banking, currency and wealth management solutions.
Currency Solutions has helped more than 180,000 clients save thousands of pounds in exchange rates since 2003. They provide a safe and quick method of transferring money anywhere in the world.
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Overseas Property, Regular Payments, Forward, Spot, Online
Bright!Tax is the premier online tax preparation firm for Americans living in Andorra. They guarantee that your taxes will be done right and with every consideration made on your behalf, employing every tax saving opportunity while remaining absolutely tax compliant.
Cheaper than Monaco and the Channel Islands for property and with no income tax the number of people taking residency in Andorra has historically been good for the last forty years.
Needless to say, purchasing a property overseas is a pretty challenging process for most. When you purchase a property abroad you’re putting currency exchange into the mix, adding a cherry on top of a many layered cake.
After packing up your life and moving to a new country, you may find you need to either send money back home on a regular basis or else transfer it overseas. Using a bank might sound like the simplest way of managing such transfers, but is it?