Partners for Growth in Serving Expats Around the Globe
Global Economy. Global Mobility. Global Solutions.
Beacon Global Group is uniquely positioned at the center of a series of global relationships with banks, accountants, lawyers, tax specialists and international financial planners, all with the desire to grow their businesses through serving the unique needs of Americans where ever they are in the world.
We can help support you in reaching American clients through our network relationships, direct marketing and social medias where ever they are in the world.
We see the future, a future where the needs of Americans moving around the world can be satisfied through one comprehensive and seamless service where ever they go. Beacon Global Group is positioned at the center of these global relationships to enable a professional services firm to grow their business through serving the unique needs of Americans where ever they are in the world.
Whether you are an individual looking for financial planning and investment advice or an adviser looking to grow your business our network is your network.
We can support your desire to gain business with American clients with training & resource.
We can help you grow Assets Under Management in your UCITs by gaining access to American’s living overseas without all the FATCA headaches.
We can help you access international markets through cost effective UCI.
Accountants, Tax & Legal
We can help you gain American clients.
We can provide financial education seminars and services for your employees.
Agencies, Fraternal Organizations
We can provide financial education seminars and services for your members.
(American womens’ clubs, expat clubs, etc) – We can provide financial education seminars and services for your members.
Welcome to our
Financial Education World
Financial literacy is the “ability to make informed judgements and effective decisions regarding the use and management of money and wealth." Many people feel they are ill-equipped to make proper financial decisions.
Companies say financially stressed workers call in sick more often and may be delaying retirement. In 2013, 76% of employers said they were interested in financial-wellness programs, according to a survey by Aon Hewitt. Last year, 93% of companies said they were planning to create or expand their efforts.