Stacey Martin, Specialist Wealth Advisor - Expatriates and Significant Investor Visa, NAB Private Wealth.
Based in Sydney, Stacey provides personal advice for executives, business owners and their families who's careers take them offshore.
As Asia Ambassador, and Chair of NAB's Significant Investor Visa (SIV) proposition, Stacey works closely with migration, banking, tax and legal specialists to deliver an integrated service for investment migrants.
She also founded the Expat Advisors Community for professionals with internationally connected clients.
Session 1: Future Proofing – Taking Control of Your Financial Future
This session aims to understand your current personal and business structures, the tax and legal risks, particularly in relation to structures and the risks and responsibility of being a director of family entities.
With insights from real life case studies if you are a business owner or executive with leadership aspirations you can’t afford to miss this practical session.
Date: Wednesday 29th April 2015 Time: 5:00 pm for a 5:30pm start followed by networking and drinks Venue: Mills Oakley, Level 12, 400 George Street, Sydney RSVP: Danielle Whye by email.
Session 2: Strategies to grow, enhance and protect your wealth
Date: Thursday 4th June, 2015 Time: 5:00 pm for a 5:30pm start followed by networking and drinks Venue: Pitcher Partners, Level 22 MLC Center, 19 Martin Place, Sydney
For more detail on the sessions or to RSVP go to the Mills Oakley website events page.
Women on Boards was founded by Ruth Medd back in the early 2000’s when I was involved in the formation of Women in Finance, NSW (now Women In Banking and Finance). Ruth and Claire Braund have had a tremendous impact on the boardrooms of Australia and advancing the careers of many senior women and aspiring directors.
Following successful launch of WoB last year in Hong Kong and the UK, they will be returning to my favorite city in the week commencing the 11th of May with a number of practical workshops, networking events and corporate training opportunities.
Getting Started: Realising your board potential – 11th May, 9.00am – 12.30pm
Boardroom Conversation: Are Global Boards Asia Capable – 12th May, 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Create your Board ready CV – 14 May, 9:00am – 1:00pm
I encourage you to participate and extend the invitation to other senior women in Hong Kong who are interested in career development as well as pathways to the boardroom.
For details of the events and to register go to the Women on Boards website.
With increasing two way business and co-operation between China and Australia, many Chinese investors are actively looking to acquire or partner with Australian businesses in the supply change, particularly in Agriculture, food and dairy, and manufacturing.