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Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by 576, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. 576

    576 Established commenter

    I have a lump sum coming from the school I'm leaving this year.

    I'd like to invest it as a pension pot but most of the off-shore banks require you to invest £50k+ with them and I don't have that much.

    Does anyone know of any offshore banks that don't have crazy minimum amounts?
  2. Helen-Back

    Helen-Back Occasional commenter

    www.internaxx.com in Luxembourg would be my first choice, assuming your not from the US.
    576 likes this.
  3. dumbbells66

    dumbbells66 Lead commenter

    Standard bank on the Isle of Man
  4. fullblownattack63

    fullblownattack63 New commenter

    I use Internaxx too. I would really recommend Sorcha Coyle's EET website and Andrew Hallam books (Millionaire Expat and Teacher) if you want to look at great ways to save cash as an expat.
  5. roamingteacher

    roamingteacher Established commenter Forum guide

    I second Andrew Hallam and he recommends a select few advisors to work with.

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