A performance fee is a payment made for generating positive returns. This is as opposed to a management fee, which is charged without regard to returns. A performance fee can be calculated many ways. Most common is as a percentage of investment profits. Expat Wealth at Work charges 0.4% performance fee.

As we enter the second half of the year, you may continue to grapple with inflation, higher interest rates, the Fed, and the prospect of a recession. We are not concerned because we have encountered difficult times before. But, how about you? Are you concerned or optimistic?

In moments of market turbulence like the one we have been facing in the last few months, investors might experience panic, anxiety and/or fear, which could lead them to make impulsive investment decisions.

Financial planners advise expat clients on how best to save, invest, and grow their money. They can help you tackle a specific financial goal-such as readying yourself to buy a house-or give you a macro view of your money and the interplay of your various assets. Some specialise in retirement or estate planning, while some others consult on a range...

Even with a brilliant investment plan, it takes diligence to overcome emotional biases and avoid making investing mistakes. Naturally you love it when your portfolio values go up. But when they go down, even slightly, you may be tempted to make poor choices. Here are some reminders to help you resist succumbing to the fallacies of behavioural...

Scrupulous financial advisors building and managing a client's portfolio can easily be worth the performance fee they charge. Unfortunately, such advisors are a bit like ninjas themselves. They exist, according to legend, but you have probably hardly come across one.They won't stomp into your place of employment or cold-call you looking for...

In the world of investing, nobody knows if and by how much your money will grow. The only certainties are the charges you pay. The problem is that often these charges are completely hidden and reduce the returns you would otherwise enjoy. Even worse, they come in the form of commissions and are often used to incentivise salespeople to...

Are you ready to retire? Of course you are! The only problem is that you have one chance to make your money last nearly twenty five years or more. That's no easy task which is why you've decided to work with a financial advisor to help you retire. But the work doesn't stop there!