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.
David Garde is an experienced and accredited specialist taxation lawyer based in Sydney.
David aids clients with cross-border ventures and interests including optimisation and integration of various Australian and foreign cross-border business and investment activities including those involving resident and non-resident trusts.
Evaluating commercial, reputational and legal risks of international activity in the Australian tax and regulatory environment, David also follows the dynamic developments in international tax world which you can follow on twitter.
Who do you help?
David advises clients, and works with their onshore and offshore professional and financial advisors to provide a complementary service and, where necessary, Australian regulators.
His firm TheTaxObjection is focused on assisting clients and their accountants with disputes with Australian and state commissioners of taxation.
The ABC, Australia’s national broadcaster, is one of the first Western media organisations to establish a website inside China’s firewall. The AustraliaPlus.cn news portal was launched last Thursday in Shanghai and aims to connect Chinese and Australian audiences and extend cultural understanding.
Almost 700 visas have been granted since the Significant Investor Visa (SIV) program was established just over two years ago. Almost 90% of applicants are from mainland China. With no English language requirement, understanding Australia’s financial services landscape can be challenging.