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London & Capital launches dedicated wealth management service for Americans in France

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London & Capital (L&C), an independently owned wealth and asset manager has launched a dedicated wealth management service for US expats in France.

Targeted at the estimated 100,000 Americans who live and work in France, London & Capital offers expert advice on local French and US tax regulations along with tailored investment advice and implementation. This includes the management of domestic US and European assets, including retirement accounts.
 
Adam Myers, Associate at London & Capital, says: “Americans living and working in France, particularly High Net Worth Individuals, are facing an increasingly complex tangle of regulatory and reporting requirements.
 
“Over nearly three decades, London & Capital has gained a reputation as the wealth manager of choice for Americans living and working in the UK, and we are delighted to formally extend our offer to those residing in France. This will build on our existing presence in the country, where our specialism in working with US expats has been sought out by a number of new clients.
 
“For American investors in France, it is essential that any portfolio is constructed with a global, currency-aware investment strategy, consolidated with investments elsewhere in the world, and administered in a way that is optimised for both French and U.S. tax codes and reporting.”
 
“Our US Family Office team work hand in hand with our investment desk to create bespoke investment portfolios for each client, based on strategic global asset allocation and implemented within the appropriate investments and wrappers to meet their long-term objectives.”
 

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