A guide to navigating the Australian financial services and migration landscape
This booklet compiled by Stacey Martin and members of Expat Advisors Community provides a comprehensive guide to assist Significant Investor Visa (SIV) applicants on their journey from applying for the visa, investing in Australia, and ultimately relocating to enjoy Australia’s enviable lifestyle.
It has recently been updated for the new Significant Investor Visa investment framework from 1 July, 2015 which includes mandated investment into venture capital and small companies in line with the Australian Governments innovation agenda.
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In this interview on Eagle Waves Radio, Craig West of Succession Plus, speaks with Stacey Martin of NAB Private Wealth, David Thomas of Think Global, and Dr Caroline Hong FAICD Asia International Ambassador, SME Association of Australia.
Read more about the guests on the Eagle Waves Radio website.
Australia opens doors to rich Chinese
Meet the Chinese billionaires with Australia in their sights – following are excepts from article in the Financial Review which can be read in full here.
Significant Investor Visa (SIV) Immigrants are required to put the $5 million into government bonds or complying funds that invest in assets such as infrastructure, real estate and agribusiness, for four years. The initial visa requires residency of at least 40 days a year over the period, after which permanent residency can be granted. Continue reading Wealthy Chinese set course for Australia – AFR July 2014
by Sam Gibbs | Generosity
A flare of colour on the financial and philanthropic landscape, you can’t miss Stacey Martin. And you’re missing out if you do.
Stacey Martin – CFP Dip FP, NAB Private Wealth senior advisor, philanthropy expert, mentor, public speaker, Thought Leader, Women in Finance pioneer, and LinkedIn networking ninja – should have been a flautist.
Continue reading Generosity Advisor Profile: NAB’s Stacey Martin